When we met Ron Brooks at the airport in June, the researcher of fisheries said he couldn’t retire this year because giant Asian carp are threatening to make the Great Lakes their new home.
It was his first visit to China for a closed-door conference on the Asian carp problem co-hosted by the U.S. embassy’s agricultural trade office and the China Food Industry Association, followed by a tightly scheduled trip to fish-processing factories in coastal Weihai and Ningbo.
The trip came amid heightened trade tensions between the world’s two economic titans, dimming the prospect of addressing the carp infestation in the U.S.
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