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Ag Groups Push For Bi-Lateral Trade With Japan

Majority of ag groups supported the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) with what could have been the United States and eleven Pacific Rim nations. Since President Trump opted out of the deal, those agricultural organizations are trying to replace what was lost, and they want to start with Japan.

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