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California rice growers stand to prosper from China deal

For all of the angst concerning trade deficits with China, the United States has something China increasingly needs: rice.

US soybean producers looking for China boost

With record acreage planted, U.S. soybean growers hope to expand exports to China this year as Chinese demand continues to increase, but competition from Brazil and concerns about U.S. genetically modified crops may dampen Chinese enthusiasm.

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