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The country, which is in the global spotlight as G20 host, has good relations with both the United States and China and has sought deals with both in recent weeks as it seeks to cash in on opportunities that have arisen due to the trade war. Besides seeking the soymeal deal with China, it has negotiated a deal to export beef to the United States for the first time in 17 years. The Torrent, which loaded a month ago at a Toledo, Ohio facility operated by Ohio-based The Andersons, is one of 43 U.S. soybean ships that have sailed for Argentina since July and the second to sail from the Great Lakes region, on the other side of the world from the South American country. Just nine have sailed for China.

A year ago, 282 soybean cargo vessels were loaded in the United States bound for China in that time and none to Argentina, according to U.S, Department of Agriculture data, China’s soybean tariffs, which have virtually halted purchases of U.S, soybeans that last antique tiffany cufflinks year totaled $12 billion, came in retaliation for Trump’s duties on Chinese steel and aluminum, That has left U.S, farmers and grains merchants with huge inventories of soybeans because China typically buys 60 percent of U.S, soy exports..

Grains companies have had to adapt quickly to keep massive volumes of perishable goods moving at the lowest possible cost. Bulk grain terminals in the U.S. Pacific Northwest, the most direct outlet for Asia-bound shipments, are handling a quarter of their normal autumn soybean volume. The beans that are hauled there by rail are instead heading east to Great Lakes terminals or south to Mexico or Gulf Coast ports bound for countries other than China. “By shipping soybeans out of the U.S. to unnatural destinations - and moving Brazilian and Argentine soybeans in place of that into China when they should have come out of the U.S. West Coast - there’s an inherent logistics cost in this,” Soren Schroder, Chief Executive of global grain trader Bunge Ltd (BG.N) told Reuters in a recent interview.

The inefficiencies amount to “many, many millions” of dollars in new costs, borne by the whole industry, he said, The changes have also presented opportunities for agricultural trading giants such as Bunge, Louis Dreyfus Company and Cargill Inc, who are making money processing cheaper U.S, soybeans in Argentina and Canada, antique tiffany cufflinks They’re also selling those countries’ unprocessed beans at a premium to Chinese buyers who are struggling to replace the huge volume of soybeans they typically buy from the United States..

Nimble traders are reaping big profits, but the opportunities may be fleeting. “Everyone’s getting on the ‘Make America Great’ Trump gravy train for soybeans from Canada,” said Dwight Gerling, president of Toronto-based DG Global, a Canadian exporter of soybeans by container. On a delivered basis to China, Canadian soybeans were fetching a premium of up to $3 per bushel this fall over the Chicago futures price, more than double the premium U.S. soybeans make in export markets, he said.

DG Global has increased soybean sales volumes by 80 percent year to date, antique tiffany cufflinks due entirely to the U.S.-China trade fight, Gerling said, DG buys cheap U.S, soybeans to ship to its regular southeast Asian buyers - who would normally buy Canadian soy - and this autumn sent its Canadian soybeans to China, a new market for the company, The sales to China have recently slowed, however, with winter shipping restrictions approaching on the Great Lakes, Gerling said, Chinese bids for Canadian soybeans are now only slightly higher than bids from other countries for American soybeans..

While companies are finding new ways to make money, U.S. farmers in the export-focused Dakotas are feeling the sting of the trade battle as prices at their local elevators for their newly harvested soybeans are the lowest in more than a decade. The concern there and elsewhere among U.S. farmers is that the damage to their relationships with Chinese buyers - built up over three decades - will be difficult to repair even if Trump and Xi strike a deal in Buenos Aires. “The Chinese can get soybeans from other places if we’re not a reliable supplier,” said Bob Metz, a fifth generation farmer in Peever, South Dakota. “They have 1.4 billion people to feed. They don’t want to be dependent on us.”.

BEIJING (Reuters) - Growth in China’s vast manufacturing sector stalled for the first time in over two years in November as new orders slowed, antique tiffany cufflinks piling pressure on Beijing ahead of crucial trade talks between Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump this weekend, If the high-stakes negotiations fail, Trump is widely expected to proceed with a sharp tariff hike on Chinese goods in January, which would further strain China’s slowing economy and heighten risks to global growth, Friday’s downbeat factory activity reading suggested a flurry of stimulus measures by Beijing in recent months has yet to be felt, adding to views that business conditions in China will likely get worse before they get better..

 

 
 
 

 

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