American cherries were among the agricultural products targeted by Beijing in the trade war, with China increasing tariffs on the fruitChina has become a key market for Argentine agricultural products, including fruit and meat
Argentina has reached a trade agreement with China on cherry exports, another step in the South American country’s efforts to become what it calls “the world’s supermarket”.
Details of the agreement, which will be signed on Sunday, were finalised in a meeting between President Mauricio Macri and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the Group of 20 Summit in Buenos Aires on Friday, Luis Miguel Etchevehere, Argentina’s agro-industry secretary, told the South China Morning Post on Saturday.
Argentina is also in the process of obtaining sanitary protocols to export honey and pork to China, Etchevehere said.

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