This corn may lose its biggest market if a bill in Mexico drops ag imports from the U.S.
It’s obvious to anyone who visits an American supermarket in winter – past displays brimming with Chilean grapes, Mexican berries, and Vietnamese dragon fuit – that foreign farms supply most of our produce. Read moreRead More »
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 »