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December 07, 2018 | AgWeb
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China Isn’t Buying U.S. Soybeans—Yet

Even a small sale could signal an "olive branch" in talks between two countries

As of Thursday afternoon, China hasn't purchased any U.S. soybeans.

That's despite White House officials saying China is already buying U.S. soybeans.  

AgWeb's U.S. Farm Report analysts Craig VanDyke or Top Third and Garrett Toay of AgTraderTalk say if that changes sometime soon, and China starts buying beans, even a small sale could signal an "olive branch" in the talks between the two countries. 

See the full video report here.

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