After weeks of engaging with the Trump Administration to gain insight into the future of trade tariffs, agriculture producers and related industries dependent on exports to China are turning to Congress for help.
The United States will impose a 25 percent tariff on $50 billion worth of Chinese exports, and China has promised immediate retaliation with tariffs on U.S. products, including soybeans, corn and wheat.
Zoetis was recently recognized with a Best Practice Award as part of the Alpha i High Quality Workplace Index from China Business Network, a well-known Chinese news source. Acknowledged especially for our commitment to social responsibility by advancing animal health and public welfare, Zoetis was one of twelve employers awarded in the Best Practices category, aside other highly reputable global corporations.
Importers must pay Chinese customs deposits of up to 38.4 percent for the alleged dumping; however, the ABPA protested the determination.
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However, the ABPA protested the decision and will seek to reverse it because the organization believes there is no causal link between Brazilian chicken exports and possible situations in the Chinese market.
Each year, through their work, team member initiatives, and volunteer programs, Cobb-Vantress gives back to the communities in which it operates. June 1 was a particularly special occasion. To commemorate International Children's Day in China, the company sponsored the repair of a water tower in Suizhou, Hubei province in Central China.
Nutriad announced the appointment of Liza Fan as Country Manager China. Multinational Nutriad has been active in China for many years under the brands FFI and NATS, and recently invested in a new state-of-the-art production facility in Nantong. The company offers a broad portfolio of additive solutions for livestock and aquaculture to Chinese producers, supported by scientific data and technical management.
The United States announced Thursday that it would impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum from Canada, Mexico and the European Union, sparking threats of retaliatory tariffs on many American products, including agricultural commodities.