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WASHINGTON (AP) — American farmers have not only endured retaliatory tariffs from China and other nations, they’ve watched as most of their top foreign competitors used free trade agreements to make inroads into Japan, a historically protectionist market with nearly 127 million consumers.
This marks Sarah Rehmeyer’s third year coming to Grand Island from her family farm near Airville, Pa., for the 25th annual National American Boer Goat Association Show. Rehmeyer joins more than 2,000 visitors who have gathered for the Grand Island show.
After a challenging year in 2018, U.S. agricultural trade will again see stumbling blocks in the new year, said Darci Vetter, the former chief agricultural negotiator for the Office of the United States Trade Representative during President Obama’s administration.
GERING — Former DTN Market Analyst Darin Newsom gave the audience insight on how to conduct their own market analysis at the WESTCO annual producers meeting at the Gering Civic Center Thursday.
Retaliatory tariffs imposed by U.S. trading partners have cut Nebraska farm level revenue between $700 million to $1 billion in 2018, according to a new report from the Nebraska Farm Bureau.
GRAND ISLAND - When it comes to trade, Nebraska’s two largest trading partners are Mexico and Canada. Between the two countries, they receive nearly 45 percent of Nebraska’s annual foreign trade.
The U.S. Grain Counil (USGC) said the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) outlines terms of trade between the U.S. grains industry and its two largest customers that would preserve duty-free access to those markets and offer improvements to the procedures necessary for the free flow of trade.
When it comes to trade, Nebraska’s two largest trading partners are Mexico and Canada. Between the two countries, they receive nearly 45 percent of Nebraska’s annual foreign trade.
GRAND ISLAND - President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan issued a joint statement after a summit Wednesday, outlining plans for future trade negotiations.