Sacks of animal feed made from soybeans at the Hopefull Grain and Oil Group in Sanhe, in China's northern Hebei province, an importer of soybeans from the United States. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong row unlikely to kill US-China trade deal, Beijing advisers say, but traders fret over superpower rivalry

  • Despite rising tensions over Hong Kong’s national security law, China is not minded to walk away from the phase one trade deal, analysts say
  • Market watchers confused by reports that Beijing ordered embargo on state purchases of US soybeans, even as Chinese traders hoover up Brazilian alternatives
Topic |   US-China trade war
Sacks of animal feed made from soybeans at the Hopefull Grain and Oil Group in Sanhe, in China's northern Hebei province, an importer of soybeans from the United States. Photo: AFP
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