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Analysis and Forecast for China’s Tree Nut Sector in 2019/20Produce Report analyzes and summarizes the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s recently released report on China’s tree nut industry in the 2019/20 season October 22, 2019
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Phil K
US in a Flurry of Trade Developments with Japan, EU, ChinaThere have been a number of developments in the sphere of U.S. trade policy recently, including the signing of a trade deal between Japan and the U.S., the imposition on tariffs by the U.S. on certain goods from the EU, and talks between the U.S. and China on “Phase One” of a potential trade agreement. October 19, 2019
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Andrew D
US, Turkey, Iran Compete for China’s Pistachio MarketUS pistachio exports to China reached an all-time high in 2019 as Iran suffers losses and Turkey prepares to enter the Chinese market in 2020. October 16, 2019
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Phil K
Californian Almonds Show Positive Signs in China Amid Trade DisputeAt the recent China Nut Health Week, Richard Waycott of the Almond Board of California discussed the impact of the US–China trade dispute on the almond sector September 30, 2019
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Tim
China Targets US Agriculture as Trade War Intensifies A flurry of developments over the past several days in the ongoing US-China trade war have caused further escalation of tensions between the two countries and the trade war to hit a new fever pitch. August 27, 2019
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Andrew D
3000% Increase in Mexican Pecan Exports to ChinaAt the recent China International Tree Nuts Conference, Carlos Aldeco Reyes Retana of Sinomex Agrosolutions discussed the Mexican pecan industry and the impact of the ongoing U.S.–China trade war August 12, 2019
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Andrew
Further Escalation in US-China Trade WarOn August 1, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that his administration would be levying a new 10% tariff on $300 billion of Chinese goods and products effective September 1, 2019. August 07, 2019
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Andrew D
China Announces Pilot Tariff Relief Program for Importers of US GoodsThe Tax Policy Department of China's Ministry of Finance (MoF) has announced the launch of a trial program that will let Chinese importers of certain American products apply for temporary relief of additional tariffs added to those products by China during the trade conflict that has been ongoing between the US and China since March of last year—as well as to apply for refund of added tariffs the importer has already paid during that period. July 02, 2019
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Dan Siekman
U.S., China Increase Tariffs as Trade War Escalates As the United States raises tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports and China retaliates with similar tariff increases on $60 billion of American products, trade in agricultural products, including fruit and vegetables, between the two countries is becoming increasingly costly. May 16, 2019
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New Mexico Is Now Top US Pecan ProducerIn 2018, New Mexico produced 90 million pounds of pecan compared with 56 million pounds by Georgia April 01, 2019
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Tim

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