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.
“There is one challenge on the current scene that is substantially more difficult than those faced in the past, and that is China,” U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said Monday in a speech in Washington. “The sheer scale of their coordinated effort to develop their economy, to subsidize, to create national[…]Read More »
Leaders from the American Soybean Association and National Pork Producers Council expressed concern Friday about potential tit-for-tat trade retaliation against U.S. agricultural exports after the Trump administration proposed that aluminum and steel imports, particularly from China, are a threat to national security. Read moreRead More »