The Trump administration released details Wednesday of the U.S.-China "phase one" trade agreement and the commitments that the Chinese are making to increase purchasing of American farm commodities.
President Donald Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He signed the deal at a White House ceremony.
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The documents confirm that China has agreed to purchase at least $40 billion in U.S. farm products annually over the next two years. "Products will cover the full range of U.S. food, agricultural, and seafood products. On top of that, China will strive to import an additional $5 billion per year over the next two years," a summary says.
Read an eight-page summary of the agreement on agriculture here.
More fact sheets are available at the U.S. Trade Representative site.