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CHINA PRESS: The first shipment of refrigerated American beef arrived at
Shanghai by ship on Sept. 1, the Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine
Bureau said Tuesday, according to a report by Xinhua News Agency. The 15.1 tons
of beef was valued at more than $300,000, and its arrival signaled the start of
the large-scale import of American beef into China, the news agency said. The
bureau said it has shortened the approval time for U.S. beef imports. The
authority also said the shipping method for the U.S. beef, compared with the
usual method of air freight, could expand the export amount of beef and lower
the transportation costs involved, thereby increasing its supply and lowering
its price in China. But as a "newcomer" to China shores, American beef still
faces barriers when competing with beef from other countries, the bureau was
quoted as saying. (Xinhua News Agency)