Chinese agricultural firms are looking to expand into Russia in the hope of boosting supplies. Photo: EPA

China warned it should not pin its hopes on Russian soybeans plugging supply gap caused by US trade war

  • Russian expert told China industry delegates that his country struggles to produce enough to satisfy its own demands, much less its neighbour’s
  • China has been looking for alternative sources after falling US supplies left its farmers with a major headache
Topic |   China economy

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Chinese agricultural firms are looking to expand into Russia in the hope of boosting supplies. Photo: EPA
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Orange Wang

Orange Wang

Orange Wang covers the Chinese macroeconomy, and has many years of experience with China's monetary and fiscal policy moves. He also covered global market and financial news for a long time, with a particular focus on new technologies and their influences on economic growth and society. Before joining the South China Morning Post, Orange worked as a Shanghai Correspondent for ET Net, a Hong Kong financial news agency.