Looking at the foundations for 2018, despite the politics and hand-wringing associated with trade deals, U.S. exports will remain strong because global income is expected to continue to rise throughout 2018.
Urgent, unpredictable events, especially those that involve potential loss of resources or opportunities, can trap us into risky thinking patterns. That can lead to impulsive behavior and put your business at risk.
U.S. beef export growth to the Philippines is being driven in part by the proliferation of Korean-style barbecue restaurants. Meanwhile pork exports are down, but are expected to pick up, says Joel Haggard, USMEF.
Carried out by the Swine Health Information Center's Rapid Response Corps, a team of trained industry experts will analyze the patterns, causes, and effects of health and disease conditions in affected herds.