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.
Winter’s supposedly over, but flurries of trade news as thick as early-spring snow have been falling in Washington, D.C. Among the headlines have been stories about stiff tariffs on steel and aluminum; stiffer tariffs to punish China for its theft and extortion of American intellectual property; and new threats from[…]Read More »
As 100 days of trade talks between the two largest economies rumble to a close, Chinese officials and executives have been roaming the farmland of Iowa and doing what might appeal to U.S. President Donald Trump most: deals. Read moreRead More »