U.S. Agricultural Global Trade Update and 2021 Outlook

The current state of the global food and agricultural trade economy.

Since Phase One of the U.S.-China trade agreement was passed at the start of 2020, quite a bit has happened in the world. The accelerated progression of current events this year makes it challenging to stay on top of the latest news for U.S. agriculture—but particularly challenging to stay informed on the varying agricultural trade agreements and the progress that has been made for U.S. ag exports.

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How is COVID-19 Affecting the Agricultural Industry?

The COVID-19 pandemic is slowing global agricultural trade while also driving interest rates down.

In these uncertain times, navigating the challenges that have a lasting impact on your operation can be difficult. While much of the world is slowing down and responding to COVID-19 (coronavirus), farmers and ranchers continue to work, ensuring our nation’s food security.

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NAFTA Impacts Tomato Prices in Florida

Find out why many Florida growers are calling for NAFTA renegotiations

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which was signed into law by President Bill Clinton and went into effect on January 1, 1994, was supposed to boost the U.S. economy and benefit citizens. In reality, it seems the agreement has had a negative impact on many of Florida’s farmers, including those who grow tomatoes.Read More

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