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Column: U.S. May Need to Look Beyond 2022 to Solve Historic Tightness in Soybean Supply

(Reuters) – Less than two years ago the United States was drowning in excess soybean supplies, mostly due to trade interruptions with top buyer China. But relative to domestic demand, U.S. stockpiles are forecast to be record-tight later this year, and according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, not even a record crop this summer can ease the situation much by mid-2022.

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