Minnesota does business in China

  • Updated: November 30, 2008 - 8:47 PM

In the last two years, Cargill has gone from owning one soybean crushing plant in China to owning four. CHS, the Inver Grove Heights-based energy and grain cooperative, opened its first Shanghai office this year and in a couple of months will get authority to being trading grain. Other Minnesota companies have rushed in to meet demand, from Hormel to General Mills to Land O’Lakes.

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