China Quietly Buys Canadian Crops
Canadian canola oil and meal imports still flowing to China
As the very public China-Canada canola spat drags on, buyers from the Asian nation have been quietly purchasing other Canadian farm products.
Canada shipped 1.9 million metric tons of wheat to China in the crop year through June, up 92% from a year earlier, Canadian Grain Commission data show. Canola oil and meal have also been flowing into Chinese ports, albeit slightly lower volumes. Canola-seed shipments have slumped 22%.
See the full report at Bloomberg.