Brazil Soybean Rally Signals China Already Spurns U.S. Imports
First, the United States imposed a tax on Chinese steel and aluminum. Then, China counterpunched Monday with tariffs on a host of U.S. products, including apples, pork and ginseng.
There's a palpable sense of unease in Iowa that new Chinese tariffs could threaten residents' livelihood which is heavily agriculture.
Nearly a year after President Donald Trump first threatened the U.S. trade agreement with South Korea, a new pact, in principle, is in place.
As the U.S. takes aim at Canada’s dairy sector as it attempts to renegotiate NAFTA, Canada's farmers and processors are forging ahead with some of their biggest expansions and investments in more than a decade.
Most dairy products are moving toward duty free, so deal not as bad as it sounds.
China struck back at U.S. import tariffs with its own set of reciprocal ones targeting, among other products, pork.