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?
The United States is the newest member of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, a ground-breaking instrument that works to strengthen global food security by promoting the conservation, sharing, and sustainable use of agricultural plant genetic resources. Read moreRead More »
Reversal of many of the former administration’s pro-Cuban policies are subject to roll back, including trade discussions with Cuba, the ability of U.S. citizens to travel to and from Cuba, and establishing or re-establishing regulations for businesses interested in working in the Cuban market. Read moreRead More »