Mr Chang has worked for the Council for 34 years, and his achievements will be honoured by members and his colleagues at the organisation's 58th Annual Board of Delegates Meeting scheduled for late this month.
"It has been an honour to work with Clover over so many years, and we've relied heavily on his understanding of the unique political, economic and trade factors that affect the Taiwanese market," said USGC Chairman Deb Keller. "We at the Council are most appreciative of Clover's service. It is bittersweet to lose someone of Clover"s magnitude because he has been a key part of our outreach. His innate understanding of the market in Taiwan has attributed to his ability to handle the US coarse grain industry with both grace and diplomacy."
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