USTR intends to negotiate trade agreements with Japan, EU and the United Kingdom, officially beginning a new wave of work toward expanding market access for U.S. businesses, including U.S. grain farmers and exporters.
Europeans may have to pay more for barbecues this summer as African swine fever decimates hog herds around the world. Producers in the European Union are the big winners, with sales to China climbing 43% through May.
A handful of mainstream media outlets have in recent days swallowed what a few fringe groups are peddling in their latest attempts to malign the meat industry, says Andy Curliss, CEO of the North Carolina Pork Council.
News on the trade front is getting better for U.S. pork producers as the Trump administration announced that it wants to negotiate trade agreements with the European Union, Japan and the United Kingdom.