Canadian officials continue the strategy of visiting with Congress and other elected officials to ensure “people on the ground” understand the importance of trade between Canada and the U.S.
Beijing is unlikely to take action over U.S. soybean imports just to retaliate against heavy U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminium imports as the move is not only targeted at China, experts say. Read moreRead More »
By Jack Payne Editor’s Note: Agri-Pulse and The Chicago Council on Global Affairs are teaming up to host a monthly column to explore how the U.S. agriculture and food sector can maintain its competitive edge and advance food security in an increasingly integrated and dynamic world. In June, I[…]Read More »