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Offbeat Beijing asks public companies to stop buying US pork and soybeans

16:50  01 june  2020
16:50  01 june  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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China has told state-owned firms to halt purchases of soybeans and pork from the United States , two people familiar with the matter said, after Washington said it would eliminate special treatment for Hong Kong to punish Beijing . Large volume state purchases of U . S . corn and cotton have also been put on

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CHINA-USA-COMMERCE: Beijing asks public companies to stop buying US pork and soybeans

PÉKIN DEMANDE AUX ENTREPRISES PUBLIQUES DE NE PLUS ACHETER DE PORC ET DE SOJA US © Reuters / Aly Song BEIJING REQUEST TO PUBLIC COMPANIES NO MORE PURCHASE OF PIGS AND SOYBEANS US

BEIJING (Reuters) - China has asked its state-owned companies to stop importing soybeans and pork from the United States, two officials said on Monday sources close to the matter.

This measure is a response to Donald Trump's decision to revoke the special status that the United States grants to Hong Kong, due to China's plan to toughen security laws for semi-autonomous territory.

Other "countermeasures" could be adopted in the area of ​​agricultural trade if Washington goes further, these sources added.

(Hallie Gu with Keith Zhai in Singapore; French version Henri-Pierre André)

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