Taiwan: Taiwan Impacted as Agricultural Trade Disrupted by Coronavirus

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Agricultural trade with Taiwan is being impacted by new quarantine measures, port closures, vessel delays, and suspended flights as U.S. agribusiness exporters struggle to find available space for cargo. While Taiwan has not announced any new quarantine restrictions on shipping vessels, air cargo, or incoming agricultural products due the to 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), systemic delays are impacting overall U.S. agricultural exports bound for Taiwan and the world. Taiwan authorities have noted the deleterious impact on their domestic industry and are acting to mitigate trade disruption.

Taiwan: Taiwan Impacted as Agricultural Trade Disrupted by Coronavirus

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