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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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WTO meeting is battleground for US and Brazil

A lot of the action going down now at the 11th World Trade Organization Ministerial in Argentina is likely happening on the sidelines as the U.S. and Brazil hash out new and old disputes over ethanol and wheat that continue to frustrate the American ag sector.
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Cotton market improvement feared temporary

WASHINGTON, May 25, 2017 – A spike in cotton prices has gotten the attention of growers and policymakers, but analysts say it’s likely temporary and may have little impact on producers’ pocketbooks or the cost of their farm bill proposal.
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