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Articles Tagged with ''European Union''

Theresa May

Brexit vote called off

British Prime Minister Theresa May today called off a Tuesday vote by the U.K. Parliament on her negotiated plan to withdraw from the European Union. Without giving a specific timeline, May said the vote was delayed because she believed her Brexit plan "would be rejected by a significant margin.”
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Brexit plan seen as disaster for US-UK trade

The deal unveiled this week for Britain to exit the European Union would block U.S. plans to negotiate a free trade agreement with the U.K., preventing a new opening for American agricultural trade with the country, several British officials tell Agri-Pulse.
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john block

Opinion: Debt

Some good news – President Trump will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires in November.
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President Donald Trump

Agriculture celebrates US-Mexico trade deal

There’s plenty for the U.S. agricultural sector to like in the U.S.-Mexico deal announced today, but the biggest win for farmers and ranchers is the agreement to continue the arrangement of zero tariffs on farm goods between the two neighboring countries.
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