Oil on troubled waters
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After three years of mounting agricultural trade disruptions, the tide may finally be turning.
On Wednesday, Canadian officials announced that China had lifted restrictions on Canada's two largest canola exporters, allowing trade in the valuable oilseed to resume.
Some context: China banned c...
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