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"Is is part of any deal that is agreed by March one. But. As you mentioned earlier, we're probably a long way from an overall agreement that souls all of these source of tension from the US and China. Okay. And thank you very much. Karen there with the very latest on the trade talks governor breaking lines coming through this on top quarter. Top Indian court says that Monsanto's patent on GM cottonseed is valid. So this is a top India court overruled in a lower court's early decision on seed Payton. So it is playing as quite a big headline this morning Monsanto. India stock rises, I'm just looking at Monsanto in India this morning, it's up by eleven point three percent at this junction. So quite a big significant court ruling in India on Monsanto, let's see how that plays out through the rest of the trading day into the US session. Absolutely. Let's get back into the trade conversation, upbringing and Reiner, Michael Price sees executive director for client investments, a Taurus wealth advisers. He joins us now from our studio in Singapore. Michael, let's let's talk about the initial situation where we are with these trade talks reminder of. Of course, at soy soy beans is a big part of that conversation GDP go for our clients. This is a story of how any deal could involve the Chinese buying more American soybeans. This is the Brazil premium dropping as China picks up those US soy purchases again. Do you believe much progress can be made in the coming weeks on this one? Look, this is a very good question of Krishna's on many people's mind. But I think look is ultimately comes down to will. And I think it's naive to believe that is just about treat is predominantly about technology leadership is about national security is about the way that rising power deals with incumbent power. And I think there's no easy solution to this. Right. So I think it's naive to believe it is just about trade. But I think certain."