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ASTA Outlines Priorities for NAFTA Renegotiation

“Any negotiated changes to the NAFTA should do no harm,” underscored ASTA President & CEO Andy LaVigne. “U.S. agriculture has prospered under this agreement and the U.S. seed industry cannot afford to have trade with Canadian and Mexican markets hindered.”

 

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