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The U.S-China Economic and Trade Agreement (Phase One) granted market access for new U.S. horticultural products such as avocadoes, blueberries, and nectarines.
In June 2020, China’s central government announced its economic masterplan to develop the south China island of Hainan into a Free Trade Port (FTP).
While trade tensions and China’s retaliatory tariffs slashed U.S. agricultural exports to China in 2018 and 2019,
Chipping potatoes from Idaho, Oregon, and Washington were among several U.S. agricultural products that received new and expanded access under the U.S.- China Economic and Trade Agreement...
The significant rise of dog- and cat-owning households in East Asia presents an opportunity to increase the U.S. exports of pet food.
China: Updated Guidance on China's Retaliatory Tariffs and Tariff Exclusions Process for US Products
This report consolidates China’s previous announcements of additional tariffs on U.S. agriculture, fish, and wood products and information concerning the Chinese government exclusion process...
On May 12, 2020, the State Council Tariff Commission (SCCTC) announced the 2nd exclusion list for the second batch of U.S. products imposed with additional tariffs.
On April 26, 2020, China announced market access for fresh California Haas avocados as part of the U.S.-China Economic and Trade Agreement (ETA).
China’s announcement of tariff exclusions following the Phase One agreement had an immediate impact on U.S. sorghum exports mainly because of the sheer volume China purchases and its effect on prices.
The implementation of the U.S.-China Economic and Trade Agreement resulted in several changes to the process of importing U.S.-origin pet food into China.
U.S. alfalfa hay pellets and cubes were among a number of U.S. agricultural products that received new or expanded access under the U.S.-China Economic and Trade Agreement...
U.S. fresh blueberries was one of several U.S. agricultural products that received new or expanded access under the U.S.-China Economic and Trade Agreement, which was signed on January 15, 2020.