As 100 days of trade talks between the two largest economies rumble to a close, Chinese officials and executives have been roaming the farmland of Iowa and doing what might appeal to US President Donald Trump most: deals. Contracts signed Thursday — for the import of 12.5 million tons of US soybeans and 371 tons of pork and beef — can be seen as another result of the renewed economic-diplomacy push started by Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at their April meeting in Florida. Talks are yielding progress: China is buying American beef again after a 14-year ...
China keeps deals coming to sustain Trump's focus on talks
China is buying American beef again after a 14-year ban, approving more biotech products
Bloomberg Last Updated at July 15, 2017 23:54 IST