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Italy sees benefits for cheese and wine exports in US-China spat

Italian farmers see potential for boosting cheese exports to the US and are already seeing increased wine exports to China.

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Italy’s agri-food exporters hope to benefit from a new gap opening up in the US food market after the administration of US President Donald Trump introduced new tariffs on Chinese exports, including tariffs on “a long list of imitation Italian cheeses, ranging from Reggiano to Provolone, from Parmesan to Romano that are obtained from cow’s milk and not sheep’s milk”.

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