Bloomberg quotes people familiar with the discussions, as saying that China plans to buy about 300,000 tons of pork from the US this year as part of its commitment to ramp up the US agricultural purchases amid ongoing trade negotiations between the two countries.
The fresh headlines, citing some progress on the US-China trade front could offer extra legs to the ongoing Aussie bounce that could drive the rates closer to the 0.7150 barrier.
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