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Office of Agricultural Affairs, Beijing (OAA Beijing)

The Office of Agricultural Affairs represents the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in China. Its continuing mission is to represent and promote the agricultural interests of the United States and to expand US agricultural, food, and beverage exports to China. The office oversees USDA Agricultural Trade Offices in Beijing, Guangzhou, and Shanghai.

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  • Report on Fresh and Frozen Poultry Product Standards 01/17/2006
  • China Import Tariffs Reports 12/05/2005
  • Planting Seeds Annual Report 12/01/2005
  • Strawberry Annual Report 11/15/2005
  • Trade data report on multiple commodities 11/14/2005
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  • Media Life-Style Holiday Event 12/08/2005~
  • American Legend Comes to Town 11/23/2005~
  • China Fisheries & Seafood Exposition 11/10/2005~11/12/2005
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