China will not increase its annual low-tariff import quotas for corn, wheat and rice to accommodate stepped-up purchases of agricultural goods from the US, said Han Jun, Vice Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs.
Analysts say that makes it “more difficult” to buy the requisite amount of American farm goods. They believe the comment is aimed to ease local concerns as Beijing gears up to buy more US farm goods.
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