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Could sorghum benefit from Chinese deals?

Feb 05, 2020

Sorghum field
A recent article in Kansas Farmer highlighted some recent updates from activities in Washington, D.C.  The deal penned on Jan. 15 marked the historic signing by President Donald Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He. The ceremony took place in the White House, where NSP chairman and Stockton, Kan., farmer Dan Atkisson was on hand to represent the sorghum industry. 
Although early February brought more turmoil.  Read the complete details, of where we are today with the deal which requires China in 2020-2021 to purchase an additional $32 billion in agricultural goods as compared to the 2017 baseline of $19.5 billion. This represents a 64% increase in agricultural trade with China over two years. 


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