Hallie Gu

China's pork prices rebound as consumption picks up in cold weather

02 Dec 2019

BEIJING, Dec 2 China's pork prices rose on Monday, the first meaningful rebound in more than a month, as consumption increased with colder weather while supplies remained short in the world's top consumer of the meat.

Chinese importers scoop up Brazilian soybeans amid U.S. trade uncertainty

25 Nov 2019

BEIJING Chinese buyers scooped up at least 20 cargoes of Brazilian soybeans last week due to uncertainty over a trade deal with the United States that sent them rushing to lock in supplies, traders said on Monday.

Chinese importers buy U.S. soybean cargoes despite ports congestion

13 Nov 2019

BEIJING/CHICAGO Chinese commercial importers made new purchases of U.S. soybeans this week, according to two sources, even as up to 2 million tonnes of American cargoes were waiting to offload at ports in China as its stockpiler looked for storage room.

Delayed U.S. soybean cargo booked under waiver offloads, worries linger

07 Nov 2019

GUANGZHOU/BEIJING A cargo of American soybeans booked in the hope it would be exempt from tariffs has been offloaded in China after about a one-week delay due to a dispute between the buyer and customs officials over duty payments, said two sources briefed on the matter.

Total palm oil output of Indonesia, Malaysia seen flat in 2020 - analyst Mistry

07 Nov 2019

GUANGZHOU/SHANGHAI, Nov 7 Total palm oil production in Indonesia and Malaysia is expected be flat next year, due to dry weather and low fertiliser application in the world's top two producers of the vegetable oil, according to industry analyst Dorab Mistry.

China's cooking oil market boils amid pork shortage, low soy stocks

05 Nov 2019

* Consumers turn to veg oils as alternative to pricey animal fats

USA und China suchen nach geeignetem Ort für Deal im Handelsstreit

31 Oct 2019

Washington/Singapur/Peking Die USA und China suchen nach einem geeigneten Ort, um eine vorläufige Vereinbarung im Handelsstreit zu unterzeichnen.

Exclusive: Beijing could ax extra tariffs on U.S. farm products to boost imports - China trade association chief

31 Oct 2019

SINGAPORE/BEIJING Beijing could remove extra tariffs imposed since last year on U.S. farm products to ease the way for importers to buy up to $50 billion worth, rather than direct them to buy specific amounts, the head of a government-backed trade association said.

Trump's attempt to force feed China U.S. farm products stymies trade talks

30 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON/BEIJING U.S. President Donald Trump's demand that Beijing commit to big purchases of American farm products has become a major sticking point in talks to end the Sino-U.S. trade war, according to several people briefed on the negotiations. | Video

RPT-China's New Hope breaks into Southeast Asia pig farming amid disease woes

30 Oct 2019

BINH PHUOC, Vietnam/BEIJING, Oct 29 In a cluster of blue and white buildings nestled deep inside one of southern Vietnam's rubber plantations, China's New Hope Liuhe is busy stocking its first overseas pig farm with young sows.

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