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Senators reject trade agenda without free trade agreements

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai continued her defense of a Biden trade agenda that does not so far include traditional free trade agreements with other nations, but several senators strenuously pushed back, arguing that the U.S. is being left behind on the international stage as China pushes forward with new tariff-slashing pacts.
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Barges

Indo Pacific strategy faulted in hearing for lack of new market access

The Biden administration’s proposed Indo Pacific Economic Framework, an effort to strengthen economic ties and improve trading conditions with countries like India, the Philippines and Vietnam, got some praise during a Tuesday Senate hearing, but much of the time was spent discussing what it would not accomplish - new market access for U.S. ag.
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Pork processing

US meat looks for new advantages on global market

In an increasingly global market where U.S. beef, pork and poultry producers can no longer thrive without access to foreign markets, the ag sector is clamoring for new advantages over foreign competitors, better access to foreign buyers and new free trade agreements.
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Barges

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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