APAS President meets with Chinese Ambassador

APAS President Todd Lewis and Chinese Ambassador Cong Peiwu discuss longstanding trade relationship

Todd Lewis, President of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) has met with Cong Peiwu, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Canada.

The two met at the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa on Monday, February 24, during Mr. Lewis’s trip to the Capital to participate in the Canadian Federation of Agriculture’s Annual Meeting.

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“Saskatchewan and Canada have a longstanding trade relationship with China,” says Lewis. “Their market is incredibly important to Saskatchewan farmers.”

The meet was cordial, with Mr. Lewis expressing a deep appreciation for the People’s Republic of China as an agricultural trading partner.

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