Beijing are believed to be using its reduced orders of US agricultural products as a bargaining chip to reach a deal with the US. Photo: APBeijing are believed to be using its reduced orders of US agricultural products as a bargaining chip to reach a deal with the US. Photo: AP
Beijing are believed to be using its reduced orders of US agricultural products as a bargaining chip to reach a deal with the US. Photo: AP

China’s US soybean and pork imports down 55.3 per cent due to trade war, African swine fever

  • Ministry of Agriculture shows that China’s imports of US soybeans shrank by 70.6 per cent year-on-year to 4.31 million tonnes in the first five months of 2019
  • Reduced orders of agricultural products from the United States could be on the agenda this week at the G20 summit in Japan

Topic |   China pork crisis
Beijing are believed to be using its reduced orders of US agricultural products as a bargaining chip to reach a deal with the US. Photo: APBeijing are believed to be using its reduced orders of US agricultural products as a bargaining chip to reach a deal with the US. Photo: AP
Beijing are believed to be using its reduced orders of US agricultural products as a bargaining chip to reach a deal with the US. Photo: AP
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