Reference News Network reported on November 5 that British media said that shipping data showed that a ship from the United States carrying soybeans to China changed its destination to South Korea on the 1st day. The Sino US trade war has damaged the US export to China.
According to data from Refinitiv Eikon, StarLaura, which loaded 36,000 tons of U.S. soybeans in Seattle at the end of September, was due to arrive at Qingdao Port, China, on October 31, Reuters reported on November 1.
Data show that the ship changed its destination to Lishui, Korea in the early morning of November 1st.
Reported that in the past month, at least two ships carrying U.S. soybeans have changed course, indicating that the original buyer has resold the ship to other markets.
The data also showed that Golden Empress, shipped in Louisiana at the end of September, originally went to Qingdao, but appeared to have changed its destination to Singapore on October 23.
This article source: Reference News Net editor: Zhao Yaping _NN9005