U.S. to tighten standards for soy shipped to China
Some U.S. soybean exports may be delayed after China’s government asked for stricter quality controls, Bloomberg News reported last week.
Shipments with impurity levels below a new standard of 1 percent, half the current level, will receive priority for shipment, while soybeans above it may be held back for more cleaning,...
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