Talks between the United States and China over trade ended Friday without resolution and no scheduled future meetings, as President Donald Trump increased tariffs on Chinese products.
Agricultural markets across the board were lower on Monday, as the latest round of Chinese trade discussions was met with silence. Read moreRead More »
Eighteen U.S. Senators, representing states with significant agricultural economies, are firing back at Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross asking him to “conduct a robust economic analysis to evaluate how any changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement [NAFTA] would affect changes to the nation’s crop and livestock sectors.” Read[…]Read More »