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Iowa soybean farmers Dave Walton and Don and Pat Swanson say they are growing increasingly frustrated at the ongoing U.S. trade dispute with China. The world's two largest economies appeared on track for an agreement before relations soured this month, pushing U.S. soybean futures to their lowest in more than a decade. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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  • Uploaded    05/24/2019
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