If China Strikes Back - Potential Implications for U.S. Food & Agribusiness

After the U.S. government announced a package of trade sanctions on Chinese imports of around USD 60bn, China announced it would retaliate by targeting several U.S. agricultural products. So far, China has said it would impose a 25% tariff on pork and a 15% tariff on nuts, fruits, vegetables, and wine. At this point, the picture is not complete yet, but we can begin to evaluate the potential consequences based on current information.

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  • Pablo Sherwell

    Head of RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness - North America
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  • Stephen Rannekleiv

    Global Strategist - Beverages
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    Senior Analyst – Horticulture
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  • Roland Fumasi

    Senior Analyst - Fruit, Vegetables, Floriculture
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    Former Senior Analyst - Grains & Oilseeds
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    Senior Analyst – Animal Protein
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    Senior Data Analyst
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