Don't wonder whether trade restrictions have severely impacted farmers. University of Illinois ag economist Bowen Chen shares that if China hadn't restricted trade, wheat imports from the U.S. to China could have been 80 percent higher (in 2017). The dispute concerns China's "tariff rate quotas," which establish two quotas, protecting domestic production.
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