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Cautious optimism after positive start for dairy prices

Demand improves but deep structural shifts in China, plus climate and geopolitical factors, could rattle dairy prices in 2024.

The GDT index bounced higher for the fourth consecutive time this week.

Dairy farmers have started the year on a positive note with further gains for the all-important export commodity whole milk powder.

Chinese demand had improved in recent months, but there were still fundamental structural reforms underway in that country which may rattle commodity prices, as well as

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