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China Seeks Argentine Soy Meal in Fresh Blow to U.S. Farmers

  • Accord follows a Chinese visit to plants run by global traders
  • Crush industry forecasts 2.3 million tons of shipments in 2020
Operations At Tiplam Port As A Soy Shipment Is Prepared For China
Photographer: Patricia Monteiro/Bloomberg
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China is opening the door to soybean meal shipments from Argentina, the world’s biggest exporter of the animal feed, as Beijing looks to pivot away from U.S. agricultural products amid a trade war with Washington.