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“Exports to China would have been constrained, regardless of Coronavirus”

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Chinese officials yesterday recorded 2,478 new infections and 108 new deaths, in connection to Coronavirus. The novel Coronavirus not only impacts human health, but international trading relations.

Joel Haggard, with the U.S. Meat Export Federation, speaks to the virus’ impact on meat demand and distribution in the China/Hong Kong region. He believes “U.S. food and meat exports would have been constrained, regardless of the Coronavirus.”

AUDIO: World of Agriculture 

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