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Soy growers disappointed no deal reached with China to lift tariffs

Soy purchase commitments a 'positive step'

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Disappointment that no final resolution is expected in US-China talks before an original March 1 deadline was voiced by the American Soybean Association (ASA), even as the group called Chinese commitments to purchase more US soybeans a "positive step."

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