NEWS
China, Currency and Soybeans
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Fri Aug 28, 2015 02:32 PM CDT

OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. (DTN) -- While there has been a lot of angst in recent weeks about the Chinese economy, a leader of the U.S. Soybean Export Council said soybean shipments to China are still forecast to grow in coming years.

Ed Beamon, chief program officer for USSEC, told DTN in an interview Thursday livestock production in China continues to expand, and protein demand for swine and poultry is going up as a result. Demand for soybean oil continues to grow as well.

"China's economy continues to grow, so we're not overly concerned in terms of continued export demand from ...

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