If U.S. leaves NAFTA, U.S. corn and soybean growers say it would be disastrous to U.S. agriculture.
A report released Monday by the BMO Financial Group, a Montreal-based financial services organization, said that the Canadian food and beverage industry would be highly vulnerable if the North American Free Trade Agreement is ended, and that Canadian and U.S. crop producers would face a moderate level of vulnerability. […]Read More »
Eighteen U.S. Senators, representing states with significant agricultural economies, are firing back at Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross asking him to “conduct a robust economic analysis to evaluate how any changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement [NAFTA] would affect changes to the nation’s crop and livestock sectors.” Read[…]Read More »