A truck is loaded with soybeans at a farm in Porto Nacional, Brazil. Photo: Reuters

The US-China trade war has been a boon for Brazil’s soybean farmers. But can they keep up with Chinese demand?

  • US shipments of soybeans to China have halved since Beijing slapped a 25 per cent punitive duty on them in July
  • Weather conditions threaten this year’s harvest as Brazil’s farmers aim to meet 30 per cent increase in demand from China, says head of trade body
Topic |   US-China trade war

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A truck is loaded with soybeans at a farm in Porto Nacional, Brazil. Photo: Reuters
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