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China 100-day action plan reveals ups, downs

Chinese buyers were in Des Moines last week to sign agreements to purchase more than $5 billion worth of soybeans, as well as beef and pork.

One hundred days have officially passed since the meeting between President Donald Trump and China's President Jinping Xi, and there have been some successes as well as some continued stalled issues. The U.S. and Chinese governments plan to meet this week as part of the U.S.-China Comprehensive Economic Dialogue to determine future steps.

To date, China's Ministry of Agriculture has approved four of the eight biotech products identified as part of the “Initial Results of the 100

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