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Taking stock of China’s agricultural “buying spree”

In this Commodities Watch, we consider the impact that the recent surge in Chinese agricultural commodity imports has had on prices and whether it will be sustained. In our view, the rapid growth in Chinese agricultural imports is being driven largely by temporary factors and we suspect that the pace of buying will slow later this year.

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