NYT: China cancel some US farmers shipments

Author: Greg Michalowski | Category: News

This according to maritime executives

the New York Times is reporting that China state controlled companies have canceled some US farm shipments. This is according to maritime executives.  Included among the cancellations are 23 cargoes of soybeans as tensions rise between Washington and Beijing.

A senior Chinese shipping executive involved in China form imports said:
  • a handful of shipments of livestock feed, corn, pork, cotton and some meat imports are pushed back
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