Trade war with China means different markets will import U.S. soy, perhaps benefitting U.S. producers in the future.
The event includes all things biodiesel and bio-diesel related.
Trade and price questions keep planting intentions in play for 2019.
The proposed purchases come as Chinese officials negotiate a trade deal with the U.S.
Corteva Agriscience lays out plans for Enlist E3 soybeans and Qrome corn products.
Trump administration shocks U.S. biodiesel industry by announcing review of tariffs on Argentine soybean products.
Talks end with cautious sense of optimism that China and U.S. might be able to reach a deal to end trade war.