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  • Trade Data of January to September, 2004 TOP
    Date: 11/02/2004
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    Highlight: China's imports of agricultural, fishery, and forestry products climbed an additional $3 billion during September 2004 to a total of $26.7 billion for the first nine months of the year. Customs data indicates U.S. origin imports surpassed $6.2 billion. Worldwide imports consist primarily of oilseeds, cotton, and vegetable oils. Japan, at $5.9 billion, is the largest export destination for Chinese agricultural, fishery and forestry products that, in total, reached a total export value of $19.4 billion. Exports primarily consist of processed products with a large portion from the aquatic product sector.
  • Trade Data of January to August, 2004 TOP
    Date: 10/01/2004
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    Highlight: China's imports of agricultural, fishery, and forestry products climbed an additional $3 billion during August to a total of $23.8 billion for the first eight months of 2004. Customs data indicates the U. S. remains the largest supplier of agricultural goods to this market at $5.9 billion with Japan as the largest destination for Chinese exports at $5.2 billion.
  • Trade Data of January to July, 2004 TOP
    Date: 08/31/2004
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    Highlight: China's imports of agricultural, fishery, and forestry products nearly reached $21 billion through the first seven months of the year. China��s Customs data indicates the largest supplier of goods was the U.S. with nearly $5.6 billion and the largest export destination was Japan at nearly $4.5 billion. Soybeans, cotton, and animal hides and skins are the primary goods imported from the U.S. while primary imports from the world are soybeans, cotton, palm and soybean oil, and wool. Export data does not account for many goods made from agricultural products that are processed into other consumer goods.
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