U.S. and Mexico relations plunged into chaos on Thursday, pushing the countries closer to a trade war that threatens to spoil decades of friendship and economic cooperation.
China slapped an additional 15% tariff on imports of ethanol from the United States on Monday, increasing the likelihood those exports will fall to zero for the second time in two years. China made the announcement in response to tariffs imposed on aluminum and steel imports into the U.S. […]Read More »
American agriculture is rightfully concerned over today’s start of an international trade war. Tariffs on Chinese goods announced by the administration have been rapidly countered by China and are focused on U.S. agricultural exports. Read moreRead More »