Source: Sean Pratt,, November 28, 2019 

Canadian wheat sales to China jumped to 1.75 million tonnes last year from a more typical 500,000 to 700,000 tonnes in previous years

China is changing the way it administers its wheat tariff rate quota, and that should result in millions of tonnes of additional sales for exporters in Canada and the United States, say industry associations.

“It would be significantly beneficial,” said Cam Dahl, president of Cereals Canada.

When China joined the World Trade Organization it committed to an annual TRQ of 9.64 million tonnes of wheat to be imported at a one percent duty.

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