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.
Whether or not NAFTA gets reworked or stays the same, it’s evident that any trade agreement involving two of our three largest trading partners—Mexico and Canada—is critically important to the near and distant future of the U.S. dairy industry. Read moreRead More »
The death of Cuba’s Fidel Castro offers an early glimpse at how U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will need to balance his pro-growth economic plans and allegiance to business with the hard-line campaign pledges that helped him win the election. Read moreRead More »