Soybeans are expected to form a large portion of China’s US agriculture imports, as part of the phase one trade deal signed on January 15. Photo: Reuters Soybeans are expected to form a large portion of China’s US agriculture imports, as part of the phase one trade deal signed on January 15. Photo: Reuters
Soybeans are expected to form a large portion of China’s US agriculture imports, as part of the phase one trade deal signed on January 15. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: China ‘fully expected’ to meet trade deal terms despite Covid-19 outbreak, top US officials say

  • US trade representative Robert Lighthizer and Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue signed a letter praising China’s progress on trade deal
  • Statement did not mention coronavirus outbreak but said China ‘fully expected’ to meet terms of phase one deal

Topic |   US-China trade war
Soybeans are expected to form a large portion of China’s US agriculture imports, as part of the phase one trade deal signed on January 15. Photo: Reuters Soybeans are expected to form a large portion of China’s US agriculture imports, as part of the phase one trade deal signed on January 15. Photo: Reuters
Soybeans are expected to form a large portion of China’s US agriculture imports, as part of the phase one trade deal signed on January 15. Photo: Reuters
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