U.S., South American Ag Trade Issues Stack Up


The Trump administration, since its beginning and prior to the election, has been criticizing trade agreements and what it calls unfair practices, mostly toward the U.S. manufacturing complex and allegedly those coming from Mexico.

Nevertheless, undesired consequences have been seen, and the most affected sector is U.S. farm business.

Mexico, one of the top buyers of U.S. food, has been announcing new sources for supplies of several products from major competitors, attempting to minimize purchases from the U.S., before any type of change in the North American Free Trade Agreeement (NAFTA) is made.


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