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U.S., China
Oct 11, 2019

U.S., China Said to Reach Partial Deal, Could Set Up Trade Truce

The U.S. and China reached a partial agreement Friday that would broker a truce in the trade war and lay the groundwork for a broader deal.
Trump Signing
Oct 07, 2019

U.S., Japan Sign Limited Deal on Farming, Digital Trade Deals

The U.S. and Japan signed a limited trade deal intended to boost markets for American farmers and give Tokyo assurances, for now, that President Donald Trump won’t impose tariffs on auto imports.
AFS Connect Magnum
Sep 03, 2019

CNH Industrial Weighs Options for Iveco Truck Unit

CNH, controlled by the family and once chaired by the late Marchionne, is weighing possibilities including spinning off the Iveco division or combining it with a competitor.
John Deere sign
Sep 03, 2019

Deere Appoints New CEO, With Allen Staying on as Chairman

Deere & Co. is promoting John May to lead the tractor-making giant through a tough agricultural environment, with outgoing Chief Executive Officer Samuel Allen, 66, to stay on as chairman.
Trump Xi
Jul 19, 2019

Trump and Xi Are Struggling to Find Path Forward in Trade Talks

Both sides have different views on what was promised in Osaka
Corn Grain 4
Jul 16, 2019

Grain Prices Dragged by Algos, U.S.-China Spat, JPMorgan Says

Lack of longer-term investors imperils crop markets, bank says
Jun 17, 2019

Trump’s $16 Billion Farm Bailout Criticized at the WTO

The European Union joined China and five other WTO members in criticizing the Trump administration’s $16 billion assistance program for U.S. farmers, indicating the bailout may violate international rules.
Monsanto lawsuit
May 13, 2019

Bayer Jury Awards $2 Billion Damages in Third Roundup Trial

Bayer AG was ordered to pay more than $2 billion in damages to a California couple that claimed they got cancer as a result of using the company’s Roundup weedkiller for about 30 years.