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.
One of the major concerns among the nations that have signed on to the Trans-Pacific Partnership is that if the U.S. Congress does not ratify the agreement, China will be in the driver’s seat on setting the trade agenda. Read moreRead More »
The European Union’s process for authorizing pesticides should be revised to make it more “democratic,” in the wake of recent controversy over the reapproval of glyphosate, the European Commission said Read moreRead More »