China lifted the four-year ban on imports of US poultry, a sign of trade-deal progress at a time when agriculture purchases have become a sticking point in negotiations.
China banned US poultry and eggs in January 2015 due to an avian influenza outbreak, and imports plummeted that year to 20 per cent of the $390 million worth in 2014.
The resumption of imports comes as the world’s two largest economies are trying . . .
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