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108 views • November 14, 2023

Beijing to Resume Purchases From Boeing

NTD News
NTD News
A Sunday report from Bloomberg says China is eying new aircraft purchases from Boeing. China stopped buying aircraft from the American plane maker over six years ago. In the shadow of growing tensions between the two countries. Not to mention, the two deadly crashes linked to Boeing's 737 Max airplanes. Less than 24 hours after news of the possible China purchase broke, Boeing's stock started rising. Many see it as Beijing extending a friendly gesture toward Washington. President Joe Biden is set to talk with Chinese regime leader Xi Jinping face-to-face in San Francisco and on the agenda: expanding US-China trade. China Just Buys Over 3 Million Tons of US Soybeans Besides Boeing, Beijing just made an enormous purchase of U.S. soybeans totaling over 3 million metric tons, according to the world's biggest crop trader, Cargill. In light of the upcoming meeting, Beijing's intentions behind the huge soybean order are raising questions. Cargill's executive Alex Sanfeliu told Bloomberg that China is buying higher quantities than anyone could've imagined. Soybeans—considered a kind of oilseed—have a range of uses, including chicken feed, cooking oil, and renewable diesel.
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