Without NAFTA, trade between Mexico and the U.S. would be ruled by World Trade Organization strictures limiting tariffs either country can impose on the other.
Farm leaders attending the Commodity Classic here expressed shock that President Donald Trump announced today that the United States would impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum from all countries, and said they feared China and other countries will retaliate by reducing imports of agricultural products, particularly soybeans. Read[…]Read More »
As anticipated tariffs on U.S. fruit and nuts shipped to China became reality on April 2, financial markets reacted, as did fresh produce industry groups representing the affected export crops. Read moreRead More »