Easing of US-China trade war could see DDGS and corn demand jump

February 25, 2019 |

In China, Bloomberg reports that negotiations between the US and China to break the deadlock on the trade war could soon see results with an elimination of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tariffs on DDGS that could go a long way towards easing the trade balance sheet for corn that has suffered significantly from the dispute. President Trump believes “a lot of corn” could be one of the things Beijing is looking for in the short term but ethanol wasn’t specifically mentioned. The soybean balance sheet isn’t seen benefiting as much from an easing of tensions, however.

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