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China will be looking to other markets to fill its annual shortfall of 90 million tonnes of soybeans, a third of which the U.S. had traditionally supplied.  Photo: Thinkstock

China expects its U.S. agricultural imports to fall sharply

Beijing | Reuters – China’s imports of U.S. agricultural products will fall sharply once Beijing implements retaliatory trade measures and the country is able to cover its demand for cooking oil and animal feed, vice agriculture minister Han Jun said on Friday. The trade dispute will have a limited impact on China’s agriculture sector, but hit its U.S. counterparts […] Read more