U.S. Businesses Not Betting on Market-Access Breakthroughs During Trump Visit
Where’s the beef?
U.S. cattle farmers were given the pleasantly surprising answer to that question during the first meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, back in May, as Beijing finally lifted a 13-year-old ban on American beef imports in a move that many felt was long overdue. Now as Trump makes his own inaugural trip to the Middle Kingdom to meet on Xi’s home turf, the need for more such reciprocity seems to be one of the key calls coming from the American business community here in China.
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