China and Brazil Reach Agreement on Soy Oil

The Chinese government guaranteed that it will not reject shipments of crude soy oil from Brazil. The possibility of an embargo stems from the fact that the amount of solvents used in the Brazilian product is greater than what Chinese law allows.

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