BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s soybean imports from the United States plunged to zero in November, marking the first time since the trade war between the world’s two largest economies started that China, the world’s largest soybean buyer, has imported no U.S. supplies.
Instead, China has leaned on Brazilian imports to replace the U.S. cargoes, customs data showed on Monday.
China brought in 5.07 million tonnes of soybeans from Brazil in November, up more than 80 percent from 2.76 million tonnes a year ago, data from the General Administration of Customs showed.
Meanwhile, U.S. imports plunged from 4.7 million tonnes in November 2017 and were down from 67,000 tonnes in October.
and some other products also had to do with the GMO and toxicity factors. I know this is the case in our dealing with some other Countries. They do not want our garbage crops.
I actually think personally that it is a false flag. A diversion from the real issue of WHAT we are trying to sell. Sure China purchased a lot of soybeans but they have had pushback on our products also.
So do the chem companies profit from his mess? And the farmers also go bankrupt so the land is bought up? Perhaps I am just too cynical these days…..