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Jul 30, 2010

China: Quotas of Imported U.S. Corn Set at 5%, To Be Used For Livestock Feed

According to the Chinese government, the impact of U.S. corn exports to China is expected to be limited.on the domestic Chinese market is likely to be limited.

* Import quotas at just 5 % of total corn production
* Cheaper GM corn imports to be used as feed

For more see: "China says impact of GM corn imports on mkt limited," Reuters, 30 July 2010.

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