Imported soybeans being transferred at a port in Nantong, Jiangsu province. Because of the trade war, China is not buying many US soybeans, instead turning to other suppliers like Argentina. Photo: Reuters

Amid trade war, Argentina sees opportunities with both US and China

  • The G20 host country has benefited from the disrupted soybean market, both becoming the leading importer of US soybeans and selling more of its own to China
  • Marisa Bircher, Argentina’s international trade secretary, said ‘we are looking to increase trade and investments’ with US and China alike
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Imported soybeans being transferred at a port in Nantong, Jiangsu province. Because of the trade war, China is not buying many US soybeans, instead turning to other suppliers like Argentina. Photo: Reuters
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