China: Exporter Guide 2021

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   CH2022-0001

As the largest export market for the United States, China provides a promising yet competitive market for agricultural products. As the pandemic continues to restrict travel movements, U.S. exporters are encouraged to continue engaging with key Chinese stakeholders via online meetings, matchmaking events, conferences, and trade shows. This report provides practical tips to U.S. agricultural, forestry, and fishery exporters on how to conduct business in China, while includes information on local business practices, a review of consumer preferences, food standards and regulations, and import and inspection procedures.

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