China Imports Most US Soy In 20 Months Ahead Of Trade Deal

In news that Donald Trump will almost surely tout as "evidence" to support the notion that Beijing is intent on living up to its supposed commitments under the "Phase One" trade deal between the world's two largest economies, China's imports of US soybeans hit 2.6 million tons in November. That is the most since March of 2018, the month when Trump started to ramp up the trade war in earnest, and two months before things really started to spiral with the Chinese. November's figure is more than
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