China’s proposed 25% tariff on various US goods, including products such as soybeans and corn, and an additional 15% tariff on US ethanol, have left the agriculture and biofuels markets in a state of uncertainty. News of the tariffs has already begun to pressure prices and change trade flows as market expectations shift in response.
S&P Global Platts editors Catherine Wood, Sergio Alvarado and Josh Pedrick discuss the implications of the US-China trade conflict on the agriculture and biofuels markets.
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