Despite growing competition between the U.S. and China, trade volume between the two countries remains significant and robust. U.S. agricultural export to China, in particular, has seen tremendous growth. But the world is changing dramatically and the impact is felt locally in the Heartland, where a majority of the U.S. agricultural exports to China are produced.
As a global food security crisis is looming large over the horizon, what is the future of U.S.-China agricultural trade and how can the two countries collaborate to address global food security? This August, USHCA will gather experts from both the U.S. and China to explore these questions and share insights on inflation impact, domestic production shifts, and changes taking place in U.S.-China agricultural trade and its impact to the agricultural producers in the Heartland.