Brazil soy farmers fear end of US-China trade war

Reports that China may buy soy from the US has farmers in Brazil worried about losing a vital client.

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    Soybean farmers in Brazil fear the eventual end of the trade war between the United States and China could have major implications for their exports.

    The soybean provides livelihoods for many in western Brazil.

    News that China might be about to buy soy from the US has farmers in Brazil worried about their future.

     

    Daniel Schweimler went to the western state of Mato Grosso, Brazil to find out more.


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