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NCBA Hails Final Agreement That Clears Way For U.S. Beef’s Return to China For First Time Since 2003

Craig Uden, president of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), today released the following statement in response to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) announcement that it has reached a final agreement with Chinese officials on a deal that will allow U.S. producers to begin beef exports to China for the first time since 2003:

“NCBA commends the leadership of President Trump and our skilled negotiators who were able to restore U.S. beef access to China, something that has been a top priority for NCBA for 13 years. NCBA worked closely with USDA throughout the entire process. In recent years, China has become one of the largest import markets for beef, and these terms are a reflection of China’s trust in the safety and quality of U.S. beef. We hope that by getting our foot in the door we can develop a long lasting and mutually beneficial relationship with China.”

Click here to view the final details of the protocol that USDA announced today.

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