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NAFTA Failure Would Cause Transportation Crisis

When the clock struck midnight on Jan. 1, Americans said goodbye to 2017 and welcomed in the new year, most with the hope that 2018 will be a good year in spite of the usual challenges, many of them leftovers from the previous year.

 

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South Korea Re-Opens for Table-Stock Potatoes

On Monday, the South Korean government announced the reopening of its market for table-stock potatoes from the Pacific Northwest states of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.  The market had been closed since July 2012 over technical concerns.   Read more

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