Is Agriculture a Bright Spot in US-China Relations?

Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance Author
09/14/2020 Added
45 Plays

Description

E017: In the US-China Phase One Deal, China agreed to make 57 structural changes that improve market access for agricultural goods. The majority of those changes have been implemented. U.S. Chief Agricultural Negotiator Ambassador Gregg Doud discusses the significance of these changes, what it took to reach an agreement, and why he describes the deal as “historic.”

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Show Notes:

What Ambassador Doud has been reading lately:

The Accidental Superpower: The Next Generation of American Preeminence and the Coming Global Disorder by Peter Zeihan

How to Set World Trade Straight, Wall Street Journal Opinion, Robert E. Lighthizer

How to Make Trade Work for Workers, Foreign Affairs, Robert E. Lighthizer


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