Chemical manufacturers should encourage government-to-government regulatory cooperation initiatives as political support wanes for multilateral trade agreements in the U.S. and other countries, chemical industry officials say.
A group of 168 farm organizations and companies wrote all 50 governors on Tuesday seeking to defend the North American Free Trade Agreement, reflecting that agricultural groups are more than just a little worried about prospect of President Donald Trump moving to withdraw from NAFTA. Read moreRead More »
Tom Sleight, president and CEO of the U.S. Grains Council, remains hopeful for opportunities to tweak the North American Free Trade Agreement and expand markets for U.S. grain products once the Trump administration gets its full trade team in place. Read moreRead More »