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Economist explains why U.S. beef exports to China are small

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China is buying United States soybeans. They appear to be giving themselves a break from their own tariffs, so the world’s largest consumer market, in terms of people, can import needed plant protein. 

There is a strong likelihood China will import more pork from the U.S., but what about beef? We have been eligible to ship directly to the mainland since 2017. What has happened since and what are the prospects? 

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