The European Union has amended its requirements for imports of U.S. citrus, dropping its requirement that U.S. groves be surveyed for citrus canker, which eases entry of U.S. citrus into the EU market.
Both supportive and opposing views on liberalizing trade with Cuba are represented in this article by Ron Smith. How does liberalizing trade with Cuba affect US agriculture? Read the articleRead More »
U.S. wheat growers are likely to lose some market share in Japan in the coming years because of a free trade agreement between Japan and the European Union, and the newly constituted Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership, a new USDA report warns. Read moreRead More »