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Grassley: Unlike IP provisions, ag elements of U.S.-China deal will be ‘quantifiable’

January 7, 2020
Measuring China’s compliance with its promises to purchase U.S. agricultural products under a nascent phase-one deal with the U.S. will be easier than assessing Beijing’s commitments on intellectual property, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) said on Tuesday. The amount of U.S. agricultural products China buys is “quantifiable,” he told reporters on a conference call, though firm details have yet to be released by either side. Not so, he added, for other elements of the deal that the Trump...


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