The federal government is projecting that China will buy $14 billion of American agricultural products in 2020.
It's an amount that misses the ambitious target laid out in the Trump administration's phase one trade deal with Beijing, which said China would buy $40 billion of farm goods in the first year.
The development could also further hurt farmers who have lost billions in agriculture sales in China as a result of the trade war.
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