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Chinese Policy Hard on Soy Farmers
Lin Tan DTN China Correspondent
Wed Dec 24, 2014 06:20 AM CST

BEIJING (DTN) -- Dewen Sun is not sure whether he should sell his soybeans or keep them for a while. First, he does not know the price trend in the following months, and second, he does not know whether he will still be qualified to receive the government subsidy if he sells his soybeans now.

"I have about 3.5 tons (128 bushels) of beans to sell this year. But, I may keep it for a while and see how the regulation goes," said Sun, a farmer in Jilin province. Sun is also a small seed dealer in his town.

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