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
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

Topic |   China economy
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
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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