Signal to Noise: China Trade Talks End, Now What?

May 10, 2019 02:38 PM
 
The U.S. upped tariffs on Chinese good, President Donald Trump announced plans to spend up to $15 billion on farm goods to prop up the ag economy and the Chinese trade team flew home sounding an optimistic tone.

The U.S. upped tariffs on Chinese good, President Donald Trump announced plans to spend up to $15 billion on farm goods to prop up the ag economy and the Chinese trade team flew home sounding an optimistic tone, but without a trade deal in hand. What comes next? Pro Farmer's Jim Wiesemeyer and Farm Journal's John Herath break down the bushel basket of China trade news this week and look at details of how ag trade relief could be structured in this week's DC Signal to Noise Podcast.

 

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Whodat
Southern, LA
5/13/2019 08:24 AM
 

  Probably soybeans since Perdue is a soybean farmer. He'll convince el capitan Rumpy to weight heavily to the beans. The Dopester aka Trump has to go through Congress for the aid. Maybe he'll declare another national emergency to bypass Congress. If the lead Dopester wouldn't have tried to affect China's sovereignty, maybe the trade deal could have been completed. Trump needs to go. Farmers that support him need to find another Republican to support or withhold your vote for him.

 
 
ck
bad axe, MI
5/13/2019 05:54 AM
 

  Last year the majority of the money went for soys dose anyone know what trump loves this year?

 
 

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