Coronavirus is the latest in a series of setbacks for international demand for U.S. soybeans. “You might say this is a black swan event, but if you look back over the past three years, there’s been so dang many black swans that we need some white swans,” said Joe Morken, chairman, North Dakota Soybean Council. “Coronavirus and (African) swine fever, it all keeps compounding and you feel like it has got to get better and then there’s something else.”
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