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Bunge soy plant to lay idle

Bunge soy plant to lay idle

As soyoil prices are hit 19 year highs, poor soybean harvests and
increased demand from China take their toll on the world's leading
oilseed processor with Bunge North America announcing that from
early this month it will idle...

ASA backs Chinese soy move

ASA backs Chinese soy move

Bush administration trade officials were not the only ones to
welcome China's decision to allow a raft of GM products from
biotech giant Monsanto. This week the American Soybean Association
hails the move as 'good news'.

Relief for soy prices?

Relief for soy prices?

The price of soy ingredients could ease in the next twelve months
for manufacturers and processors as the US government predicts
farmers, on the back of rising soybean prices, will plant more
soybeans for the 2004-05 marketing year.

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