Chinese Tariff Retaliation: No Longer a ‘What If’

This week China announced a proposed 25 percent tariff on imported U.S. soybeans following the U.S. administration’s release of a list of Chinese products valued at more than $50 billion that would be subject to import tariffs under the Section 301 determination. Retaliation is no longer a ‘what if.’ And the escalation of a trade … Continue reading Chinese Tariff Retaliation: No Longer a ‘What If’

Taking Action: #Farmers4NAFTA

Today ag groups and growers across the country are making calls and taking to Twitter and other social media platforms to call on President Trump, Secretary Ross and Trade Representative Lighthizer to stay in the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico, which is key to growing international markets for soybeans and all … Continue reading Taking Action: #Farmers4NAFTA