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For the first time, U.S. farmers planted more soybeans than corn this year, betting on demand from Chinese buyers. But Chinese tariffs on U.S. soybeans have dampened that demand: U.S. exporters have sold less soybeans to China in the past seven weeks than in a single week last fall. The dip in sales could equal a boom in corn planting, with U.S. farmers converting as much as four million acres from soybeans to corn next spring. (Wall Street Journal)


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