At the World Economic Forum in Switzerland this week, the American Chamber of Commerce in China brought attention to China’s recent move to hike duties and tariffs on dried distiller grains (DDGs) from the U.S.
An explosion in berry farming here, fed by a growing American obsession with breakfast smoothies and antioxidant-rich fruits, is fueling one of the thorniest disagreements in the talks to redo the North American Free Trade Agreement that resume this coming week. Read moreRead More »
While fruit and vegetable growers have a sense of hope with the Trump Adminstration, many other agricultural sectors fear the changes that may take place if the administration goes back to the drawing board on the North American Free Trade Agreement. Read moreRead More »