China is a key trading partner for Wisconsin and is the state’s largest source of imports and third largest export destination. Among the many agricultural exports from the state to China is the famed American Ginseng grown in Wisconsin. The state grows most of the American Ginseng exported to China today. Along with the rest of the US Dairy industry, Wisconsin is interested in expanding its dairy export to China given the growing demand for quality proteins there. For Chinese companies, the manufacturing base of the state is attractive for those looking to set up operations closer to their American customers. Educationally, the University of Wisconsin’s Madison campus has a rich history of exchanges with Chinese partners.  It has educated many Chinese students who later became pioneers in their fields in the U.S. and China.

Export

$1.9 billion from Wisconsin to China in 2020
$492 million in service exports from Wisconsin to China in 2019
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Jobs & Education

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Wisconsin’s exports to China supported 12,200 jobs in 2019 (USCBC)

Wisconsin Universities

42.8% of international
students in Wisconsin are Chinese (IIE, Open Doors 2021)

Partnership

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Highlights

Why China Matters

Why China matters to the Heartland Join USHCA and our partners in exploring Why China Matters to the Heartland. Learn how each Heartland state benefits from its relationship with China economically, educationally and culturally. Event Date: January 25th, 2022 10:00

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