Who won this game of chicken? In order to compensate for a dwindling pig population that's been devastated by African swine fever, China has lifted its five-year ban on U.S. poultry imports. The move might also represent a promising step in trade talks between Beijing and Washington, especially since agriculture purchases have emerged as a hot topic in recent negotiations.
Who benefits? The U.S. Trade Representative's Office predicts that the broken embargo could lead to $1 billion in annual U.S. exports to China.
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