China has pledged to buy at least US$80 billion in US agricultural products in the next two years, according to US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer. Photo: EPA

Trade war: China won’t rush into agriculture purchases under ‘phase one’ deal, US government adviser says

  • China has pledged to buy at least US$80 billion in US agricultural products in the next two years, according to US trade representative Robert Lighthizer
  • Tom Kehoe, an adviser to the US Department of Agriculture and the US Trade Representative, says the purchases will be decided by market prices
Topic |   US-China trade war

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China has pledged to buy at least US$80 billion in US agricultural products in the next two years, according to US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer. Photo: EPA
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