China: Poultry and Products Annual

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In 2022, total imports of chicken meat (excluding paws) are forecast to increase by 3 percent to 930,000 MT. Chinese exports of chicken meat are forecast to grow to 440,000 MT as demand in major export markets is anticipated to recover from COVID-19 disruptions. In 2022, China’s imports of chicken paws (feet) are forecast to reach 800,000 MT. U.S. exports of chicken paws to China have grown dramatically since the United States regained market access for poultry products after the signing of the U.S.-China Economic and Trade Agreement.

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