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27.5 million tons of US soybeans expected to go unsold this year as a direct consequence of the trade war with China
The trade war has had a major impact on agriculture over the past two years with the latest USDA figures highlighting the soybean market's problems.
More soybean diplomacy from China is intended to surprise — and please — President Donald Trump, but there's not much to encourage US soybean farmers.
Brazil has seen exports to China jump as a result of the stopping of US soybean exports to China thanks to the trade war.
Farmers breathed a sigh of relief when the US and China agreed to a trade-war ceasefire. But economists say the soybean industry won't entirely recover.
University of Illinois agricultural economist Scott Irwin said almost $5 billion meant to shield US farmers from Trump's policy is being stalled.
Economists say the return may have had less to do with a deal and more to do with China trying to meet soybean demand.
Trump is failing to achieve one of the biggest goals of his trade war, and he only has himself to blame
President Donald Trump's tariffs on Chinese goods are driving up the trade deficit, the opposite of the president's stated goal for the trade war.
China reportedly bought $180 million worth of US soybeans, and it’s the first concrete sign of a truce between Trump and Xi
China is reportedly buying US soybeans again, the first sign that Beijing will follow through on promises made during the Trump-Xi dinner.
China looks like it’s going to give Trump a huge symbolic trade war win, fueling hope for a big deal
China is scrapping their Made in China 2025 plan for economic domination. The move could mark a large symbolic win for President Donald Trump
Trump promises China is ‘back in the market’ for US soybeans, but government data suggests otherwise
Reuters says traders have seen no signs of soybean movement since China imposed a 25% tariff in July.