China: Market Opportunities for Key U.S. Products in South China

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South China offers a huge and growing market for U.S. agricultural exports. Overall South China imports of agricultural, fishery and forestry products reached a new record in 2017, surpassing $42 billion. This region imports approximately $8 billion in U.S. agricultural and related products annually, making it one of the largest markets in the world for U.S. agriculture. Despite already large trade numbers, strong opportunities remain for growth in U.S. exports for a range of food, beverage, animal feed and agriculture-related products.

China: Market Opportunities for Key U.S. Products in South China


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