The US has struggled to increase its sales of soybeans and pork to China in recent months, despite commitments from Beijing in the phase one trade deal. Photo: EPA-EFE
The US has struggled to increase its sales of soybeans and pork to China in recent months, despite commitments from Beijing in the phase one trade deal. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: US farm sales to China hit by bumper soybean crop from Brazil, supply chain disruptions

  • Export sales of US soybeans to China have been hit by the coronavirus and competition from Brazil, new data and analysts say
  • This is hampering China’s guarantee to buy more US agricultural products over the next two years as part of the phase one trade deal

The US has struggled to increase its sales of soybeans and pork to China in recent months, despite commitments from Beijing in the phase one trade deal. Photo: EPA-EFE
The US has struggled to increase its sales of soybeans and pork to China in recent months, despite commitments from Beijing in the phase one trade deal. Photo: EPA-EFE
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