China WTO Accession
Chinas Entry To The World Trade Organization Will Slash Barriers To The Sale Of American Agricultural Products In The Worlds Most Populous Country
||Chinas entry into the WTO will dramatically cut import barriers currently imposed on American agricultural products. This agreement locks in and expands our access to a market of over one billion people. Chinas economy is already among the worlds largest and over the past 20 years has expanded at a phenomenal rate of nearly 10 percent per year. During this period, U.S. total exports to China have grown from negligible levels to about $14 billion a year. Agricultural exports in fiscal year 2000 were nearly $1.7 billion.|
Agriculture Fact Sheets
|U.S.-China WTO Accession Deal: A Strong Deal in the Best Interests of U.S. Agriculture|
at Stake for Fresh and Processed Fruits and Vegetables?
What's at Stake for Tree Nuts?
What's at Stake for Corn?
What's at Stake for Beef?
What's at Stake for Dairy?
What's at Stake for Cotton?
What's at Stake for Oilseeds and Products?
What's at Stake for Wood and Wood Products?
What's at Stake for Wheat?
What's at Stake for Pork?
What's at Stake for Poultry?
Whats at Stake for Citrus?
|Agriculture - General|
Distilled Spirits, Wine and Beer
Sanitary and Phytosanitary Barriers
Specialty Crops (Vegetables, Nuts, Citrus, Other Fruit and Other Products)
State-Owned and State-Invested Enterprises
Textiles and Apparel
Textiles: Special Safeguards
Other China Information
FAS Worldwide/AgExporter Magazine Articles on Trading with China