Trade war creates bleak prospects for US soy bean exports

Soy bean exports from the US to China will not return to normal levels for a while, shows new analysis from shipping organization Bimco.

Nothing indicates that the US' export of soy beans will return to pre-trade war level any time soon, says Peter Sand, chief analyst at Bimco. | Photo: NORDEN

It will be a while before soy bean exports from the US to China return to pre-trade war levels, concludes shipping organization Bimco's chief analyst Peter Sand.

In a new analysis, the shipping group establishes that the export of soy beans from the US to China is down 68.7 percent for the 2018/2019 production year.

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