The House has passed a tax bill. The Senate is working on one, but keeps coming up with new ideas to make it more palatable to some but harder to swallow for others — Democrats, and a few Republicans who will be crucial to passing something that can go to conference, where the battle will resume.
Mexico rejected a new U.S. proposal for modifying the 2014 sugar trade deal between the two nations. The latest proposal would increase minimum prices for refined Mexican sugar and adjust quality requirements, which would essentially push Mexican exporters out of the U.S. market, says Juan Cortina, the head of Mexico’s[…]Read More »
Antitrust experts differ on what to expect when a DuPont executive along with other agriculture leaders testify Tuesday morning before the U.S. Senate. On the other hand, the Senate has no authority to block the proposed $130 billion merger between DuPont and The Dow Chemical Co., creating the United States’ largest agriculture market player. “This[…]Read More »