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Yuba City Officials Visit China for Agricultural Business 加州尤巴城的官员访问中国 (农业)

Yuba City officials travel to China in an effort to connect California's agriculture industry to the Chinese market. Yuba City mayor John Buckland believes it is extremely important to lay groundwork for future relations. Although the trip cost the city about $15,000 to send three representatives to China, city officials believe this trip be a "golden opportunity".
Source: "Yuba City - China Trip"

Type of Exchange: 
California Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce
Participants (Types): 
Greg Thompson (California Prune Bargaining Association), Sandra Mitchell, Yuba City Officials, farmers
Exchange Date: 
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Level of Government: 
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