5 factors (and predictions) to determine the future of Chinese seafood

A major shift in global trade is underway. 

While much of the global business world’s attention has been directed at the United States and its increasingly protectionist policies under President Donald Trump, China has continued to pursue an aggressive trade internationalization aimed at making it the dominant player in seafood trading both in Asia and internationally.

Five factors in particular will determine whether China will achieve its ambitious goal of becoming the world’s dominant marketplace for seafood. Read about them – and their likely outcomes – below:


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