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Articles Tagged with ''Katherine Tai''

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US ag group: Farmers need new foreign market opportunities

The Biden administration needs to concentrate on negotiating to gain increased access to foreign markets for U.S. ag exporters – especially in Asia – or risk falling further behind in the international race to increase trade ties, according to a diverse panel of experts gathered Thursday by Farmers for Free Trade.
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US to jump-start trade engagement with China

After months of review and assessment, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai says the Biden administration is set to begin confronting China directly on trade, pressing the country on implementation of the “phase one” deal and working with foreign allies to encourage Beijing to reform its trade policies.
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USTR pushing Mexico on biotech, still formulating China plan

The Biden administration is not letting up pressure on Mexico to resume its approvals of genetically modified crops and is continuing to formulate its next steps in addressing the precarious trade relationship with China, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai told Agri-Pulse in a wide-ranging interview Wednesday.
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Biotech group calls for US enforcement action on Mexico

The U.S. needs to take enforcement action under the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement to address Mexico’s continued refusal to approve genetically modified crop traits and counter Mexico’s threat to ban GMO corn from the human food supply, Biotechnology Innovation Organization President and CEO Michelle McMurry-Heath told lawmakers Tuesday.
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