BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s purchases of U.S. agricultural products will not impact its imports from other countries, a commerce ministry official said on Tuesday.
China will expand imports based on market conditions and in line with rules of the World Trade Organisation, Li added.
Beijing agreed to major purchases of U.S. farm products as part of an initial trade deal signed last week, but doubts remain over a number of issues.
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