China Uses Sorghum to Send a Message to the US

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United States sorghum exports could soon be hit hard as China begins an anti-subsidy investigation. The probe comes just days after US President Donald Trump implemented new tariffs on imported washing machines and solar panels, which have been criticized by China as a “‘misuse’ of trade measures.” Corn imports could gain momentum in China as a replacement for sorghum in the feed grain market, driving up corn prices and affecting trade. China could also tap into its massive corn stockpile to meet demand. With sorghum caught in the crossfire, trade pressure between these two important countries will continue to grow. Subscribers can use Gro Intelligence to monitor developing effects on global agricultural trade from tension between the US and China.

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