April 29, 2019 – Canadian exporters of pork, soybeans, and peas now face additional delays when importing into China as additional trade barriers have suddenly materialized. Previously, Canadian canola shipments were delayed and then then rejected as a result of China’s government quarantine. Although not officially related to the diplomatic dispute between Canada and China over the arrest of a high ranking Huawei executive earlier in 2019, these further delays that are expanding to additional products are causing concern amongst traders in both countries. More news as it develops.