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Perdue: US and EU make strides toward beef deal

U.S. complaints that Europe wasn’t living up to a promise to import American beef were ignored for years, but that’s changed in the months since the Trump administration began considering retaliatory duties on European imports. Now the two sides are talking and it looks like a deal could be in the works.
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US ag: Leave us out of KORUS negotiations

U.S. and South Korean negotiators met all day last Friday in an effort to save the free trade agreement that unites the two countries. On the sidelines, the U.S. agriculture sector is desperately hoping the negotiators succeed so farmers and ranchers here can continue shipping more and more meat and grain to the Asian country.
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Canadian ranchers see major payoff from Asian trade deals

Canadian beef and pork exporters have long relied on their U.S. neighbors as solid trading partners, but that relationship has grown increasingly rocky during the contentious renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement. The uncertainty surrounding the talks and the future of U.S.-Canadian trade has the northern producers looking to Asia, and they like what they see.
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Colombia, Panama free trade agreements are safe

The Trump administration has already insisted on renegotiations for the North American Free Trade Agreement and the U.S. pact with South Korea (KORUS), but there is no sign that free trade agreements with Colombia and Panama are in jeopardy for the same treatment.
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