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What does US-China trade deal mean for poultry industry?

Document on U.S. Trade Representative website offers some insights about parts of the agreement and how it affects the poultry sector
Phase One of a trade deal between the United States and China was signed by both parties on January 15, but many questions have been asked since the signing ceremony was held.
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First phase of US-China trade deal signed

Under agreement, $40 billion to $50 billion in US agricultural goods would be purchased annually
U.S. President Donald Trump and Vice Premier Liu He of the Republic of China signed the first phase of the U.S.-China trade deal, which the Trump administration touts as a huge boost for American agriculture.
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US could find $1 billion poultry market in China

Resumption of trade with China will create immediate value from chicken paws that would have otherwise been rendered.
In 2020, U.S. poultry will be imported into China legally for the first time since 2014. The market will be worth as much as a $1 billion immediately and could be lucrative going forward, provided the door remains open.
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Sanovo dedicates egg packaging operation in China

Ceremony is held on December 13
Luzhou Sanovo Packaging Co., Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Danish Thornico Group, on December 13 held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new facility in Luzhou, Anhui. This indicates that the world's leading egg packaging business is settled in China.
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China lifts ban on US poultry imports

Ban, implemented because of avian influenza concerns, had been in place since 2015
China lifted its ban on poultry imports from the United States, ending the trade barrier that had been in place since 2015, when highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) was detected in the country.
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China a paramount destination of Brazilian animal protein

ASF has had a positive impact on chicken and pork meat exports from Brazil and more plants are being authorized to ship to Asian nation
The Brazilian Association of Animal Protein (ABPA) is delighted with its relationship with China in the wake of the country’s struggles with African swine fever (ASF).
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Sen. Chris Coons speaks on China, USMCA

A leader of the Senate Chicken Caucus shared his insights on the trade war and the pending ratification of the new NAFTA.
One of the chicken industry’s biggest supporters in Washington said he’s looking at two key trade issues affecting poultry: China and the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement.
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US poultry stocks up on speculation that China may lift ban

Shares of Tyson Foods, Pilgrim’s Pride and Sanderson Farms all went up on October 28
Shares for the three largest poultry companies in the United States rose on October 28, following reports that China’s ban on U.S. poultry products could come to an end.
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1st World Egg Day China event set for October 11

The theme for the event is “Speak for Life Protein”
Initiated by LyJa Media, publisher of Poultry International China magazine -- allied with the International Egg Commission (IEC), the China National System for Layer Production Technology (NSLPT), and China’s Top Egg Producers -- launched the "World Egg China Day” event, scheduled for October 11.
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