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Freight costs make U.S. soybeans more expensive to China buyers

Agriculture.com Staff 09/20/2006 @ 12:16pm

BEIJING (Dow Jones)--Premiums for soybeans delivered to Asia could continue to increase in the week ahead, with freight costs expected to rise, while soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trading may retreat from recent gains, analysts said.

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BEIJING (Dow Jones)--Premiums for soybeans delivered to Asia could continue to increase in the week ahead, with freight costs expected to rise, while soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trading may retreat from recent gains, analysts said.

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