After a slow start as the COVID-19 pandemic roiled global commerce, Beijing has bought just $56.4 billion of American goods this year, according to Chinese data.
The partial trade deal signed in January said China, over the next two years, must buy $200 billion more of U.S. exports than the roughly $130 billion bought in 2017. The agreement calls for the purchase of about $32 billion of U.S. agriculture products.
The U.S. Trade Representative’s Office didn’t immediately respond to FOX Business’ request for comment.
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