China Signs Agreements to Purchase More Than 13 million MTs of American Soybeans

Members of a trade delegation from China, the world’s top soybean importer, signed agreements to buy a record 13.18 million metric tons of the oilseed worth around $5.3 billion from United States shippers after annual negotiations. US industry representatives and members from the Chinese delegation announced the agreements on a conference call after talks in

Sanhe Hopefull, One of China’s Top Private Soybean Processors, to Expand Capacity in Jiangsu and Liaoning

Sanhe Hopefull Grain and Oil Group Ltd, one of China’s leading private agriculture companies, will invest 2 billion yuan ($317 million) in vegetable oil refinery project in Jiangsu province and another 2 billion yuan in a soybean processing plant in Liaoning province, a senior official of the company said on Thursday [10 September 2015]. Shi

Chinese Imports of Brazilian Agricultural Goods Continue to Rise

China was the leading country in the import of farm products from Brazil in July, increasing its share of exports from the sector from 25.5 percent to 32.1 percent, said the Ministry of Agriculture. Figures from the Brazilian Foreign Agro-business Trade Statistics System (AgroStat), cited by the daily newspaper Estado de São Paulo, showed that

In 2013, China Imported over 24 million MTs of Soybeans and 4 million MTs of Corn

China retained its position as the US largest soybean importer in 2013, with 24.6 million metric tons in imports, said Michael Schechtman, biotechnology coordinator for the US Department of Agriculture, on Tuesday in Beijing…Full Article: CRIENGLISH.com May 2014 Key Point In 2013, China imported approximately 4 million MTs of corn for use primarily in their

China’s National Grain and Oil Trade Centre in Auhui Province Briefly Suspended Weekly Soybean Auctions

The National Grain and Oil Trade Centre in China’s Auhui province has halted weekly auctions until further notice. China, the world’s top soybean buyer, will suspend its weekly state soy auctions from next week as the government prepares to stockpile the domestic harvest…Full-test article: South China Morning Post Oct 2013 ChinaAg Comment In China, soybean