The Secretaries of Agriculture and Foreign Affairs received a Chinese delegation, headed by the Vice Governor of the province of Henan, Wu Goudin.
The governments of Mexico and the province of Henan, China, agreed to strengthen their trade relationship in order to secure, in the middle term, the opening of new markets that respond to the growing demand for food in that Asian region.
Mexico is interested in increasing this market, so secretary Villalobos Arambula will travel this month to China to sign pending protocols for the export of sorghum, blackberries and pork offal.
Currently, Mexico has health protocols with China in pork and pork by-products, beef, avocado from Michoacan, table grapes, blackberry, raspberry, corn, dairy products, blue mulberry and raw tobacco.
Sunday, November 3, 2019/ SADER/ Mexico.