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U.S. soybean and soybean meal exports have experienced considerable competitive pressure from South American exports in the last decade. The recent decline in the U.S. share has renewed interest in determining whether cleaner soybeans would help the competitiveness of the U.S. soybean sector. Mandating cleaner soybeans under current production and marketing practices would have a minor effect on the market share or value of U.S. soybean exports. Soybean crushers, who dominate imports of soybeans, are largely concerned about relative prices between oilseeds and meals and their oil and protein content, though cleanliness does play a secondary role in the decisionmaking process.

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