Amid the ongoing trade war between Beijing and Washington, an Indian business delegation on Wednesday held talks with Chinese oil meal importers as New Delhi looks to resume export of its crop banned by China in 2012.
China, the world’s biggest oil meal consumer, has slapped tariffs on the US supply of the crop and is looking to other countries for imports.
A total of 18 Indian oil meal exporters met the representatives of 80 Chinese import houses and discussed the ways to resume the export at a seminar organised by the Embassy of India, China Chamber of Commerce of Foodstuffs, Native Produce and Animal ByProducts (CFNA) and China Feed Industry Association (CFIA).
Beijing had banned Indian rapeseed meal (a variant of oil meal) in 2012 on quality issues. Read more
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