BEIJING — A foreign business group is appealing to China to ease import restrictions on animal feed additives and other agricultural goods, highlighting complaints Beijing blocks market access despite its vocal support for free trade.
The American Chamber of Commerce in China asked in a report Tuesday for quicker review of foreign biotechnology, an end to restrictions on beef and pork imports and other changes.
Chinese leaders have publicly defended free trade in response to U.S. President Donald Trump’s promises to restrict imports. But Tuesday’s report highlighted enduring complaints that China is the least open major economy.
The Appreciation Dinner is an annual event of the American Chamber of Commerce in China held to thank Chinese and US government officials for their support of US companies in China and to celebrate collaborative relationships