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With the United States bringing in a new administration, one of a different political party, some changes in trade policy and strategy could b…
The Oregon Blueberry Commission has joined in an effort to slow a dramatic increase in U.S. blueberry imports from southern countries.
Canada already seems to be running afoul of its commitments, and Mexico needs to put its commitments into practice.
USMCA won't mean a large price swing for agricultural products because record production and COVID-19 are bigger factors right now, Washington State University small grains economist Randy Fortenbery says.
Most agricultural organizations welcomed the latest step in the U.S.-Canada-Mexico Agreement. It's an improvement over NAFTA, said U.S. Wheat Associate's Dalton Henry. But R-CALF CEO Bill Bullard says the new deal is "worse" for ranchers, who are in a weaker position today than when they entered the original agreement.