China Child Policy May Help U.S. Ag
Mon Nov 18, 2013 12:20 PM CST

CHICAGO (Dow Jones) -- The ripples of China's one-child policy change may be felt as far away as the fields and processing plants of the U.S. farm belt, which has already been shipping a growing share of its soybeans, pork and other products to feed the Asian giant.

Precisely how the further loosening of the three-decade-old population-control policy will affect China's demographics -- and by extension, the U.S. growers and agriculture companies -- is hard to forecast. China's ruling Communist Party said in a broad blueprint for reform issued Friday that it will allow couples to have two children if ...

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