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on March 6, 2019

US soy exports to China may never match prior levels

With China relying more on Brazil and Argentina for soybeans, fully regaining that market share will be difficult for the U.S., says Paul Aho

A deal could be announced soon in which China will resume imports of U.S. soybeans, but economist Paul Aho said not to expect China to ever be as big of a buyer as it had been in the past.

Speaking on March 4 at the 2019 Annual Meat Conference

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