U.S. industry officials estimate the market, which includes China, Hong Kong and Vietnam, could total $7 billion. President Xi Jinping also offered to buy more American grain and agricultural products.
President Trump yanked the U.S. out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in January, apparently sinking the world’s biggest proposed free trade deal. But the countries he left in the lurch are moving closer to a new version of the agreement — minus the U.S. Read moreRead More »
U.S. manufacturers appear to be racing the clock before the Trump administration tightens economic relations between the U.S. and Cuba. Over the last week, both John Deere and Caterpillar announced agreements with the Cuban government that might let the two Illinois-based companies sell farm tractors and other heavy equipment on[…]Read More »