China Exporter Guide Annual 2009

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As China’s consumers become wealthier they are increasingly consuming imported food and agricultural products. Imports from all countries reached $69 billion in 2008, almost double the value in 2005. Chinese imports of U.S. agriculture products increased from under $3 billion in 2001 to about $13 billion in 2008. Despite of differences in business culture and uncertainly about import requirements, U.S. exporters will find that this expanding economy continues to create business opportunities.

Authors: 
Alan Hallman
Publisher: 
USDA GAIN
Year: 
2009