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Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Dec 24, 2013 10:52 AM CST

Despite instituting strict inspections for an unapproved genetically modified strain of U.S. corn, China's demand for dried distillers grains have remained strong, according to an article by Reuters (http://reut.rs/…).

In recent weeks, China has rejected shiploads of U.S. corn containing the GMO variety MIR 162 developed by Syngenta AG, since the country has not yet approved that GMO strain. Many feared that shiploads of DDG containing MIR 162 would be next in line to be rejected. Some in the industry felt that doing so would only be with the intention of buying the rejected cargoes at a lower ...

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