If China chooses to back away from trade agreements, U.S. Commodities President Don Roose thinks the corn market could be impacted more than the soybean market. China typically doesn’t buy U.S. beans during this time of year. “During the summer, it’s not uncommon for China to cancel soybeans from us as they overbook.”
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