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Alan Guebert explains how many American farmers are working for China in a sense, and digs into the politics that got them there.

China is even hungrier, richer, and more impatient in today’s global food market than anyone thought possible even a decade ago, Alan Guebert explains.

Alan Guebert reflects on how China’s swift recovery from the viral pandemic it spawned is now the key driver in world ag markets.

Alan Guebert ponders the United States' relationship with China and China's role on the world stage.

Marlin Clark provides an update on the United States' trade agreement with China and its impact on agricultural markets and commodity futures.

Ag exports to China were to be $36.6 billion this year. However, plunging prices over the past couple of months will make it harder to hit that target.

Alan Guebert offers insight on the White House's recent diplomacy with China.

Soaring pork prices in China kept inflation at a seven-year high despite government efforts to ease meat shortages caused by a disease outbreak.

Will the futures traders' bet pay off again, with talks of a U.S.-China agricultural trade deal on the table? Alan Guebert shares his thoughts and concerns.

Alan Guebert scrutinizes President Trump's recent actions in working toward — or backpedaling out of — a trade agreement with China.