China imports $14B of soybeans from the US annually. In response to US Tariffs, China has put Tariffs on US soybeans and is switching to Brazil for their beans.
In the long term and based on history, can one expect that Brazil will retain China's business after the tariffs are sorted out between the US and China? Or is their some economic force (price?) that would shift the soybean market back from Brazil to US farmers/