China is working on re-opening its market to U.S. exporters of Dried Distillers Grains. Agri-Pulse reports that China’s General Administration of Customs announced a list of about 90 companies that are once again eligible to export the product. U.S. negotiators fought hard to get China to agree in the Phase One Trade Agreement to re-certify U.S. producers to sell to their Chinese clients, as trade will pick up once again between the two countries. Five years ago, China was the largest overseas market for U.S. DDGs, purchasing one-point-six billion dollars’ worth. However, two years later that trade came to a stop after the Chinese government imposed steep anti-dumping tariffs and countervailing duties.