Webcast: US-China Phase One Trade Deal is Signed – Now What?
After months of negotiation, the US and China finally signed the Phase One agreement on January 15th at a ceremony at the White House. But what does this trade agreement actually mean in terms of commitments made relating to food and agriculture, and the markets impacted?
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In the latest IEG Vantage weekly webcast, our experts provide clarity on:
- What exactly is meant by the "market conditions" statement?
- When they say "commitments", what does that mean?
- Is this agreement something that adds to longer-term stability
- What does it mean for the US soybean exports to China?
- What do the relaxation of meats phyto-sanitary regulations mean for the US protein exports to China?
- What does China fulfilling WTO TRQs mean for US feed and grain exports to China?
- Does China import large quantities of ethanol and DDGs?
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