SINGAPORE, Sept 2- U.S. soybeans gained ground on Wednesday after losing 1.5 percent in the last session, but concerns about slowing economic growth in China, the world's largest soy importer, capped gains. The Chicago Board of Trade most-active soybeans contract had risen 0.4 percent to $8.77-1/ 2 a bushel by 0245 GMT, while corn gained 0.3 percent to $3.70-1/ 4 a...» Read More
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