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World Trade Organization

New COVID-19 variant buys more time for fractured WTO ag talks

Nations continued to heatedly bicker and complain even in the last days leading up to what was supposed to be the summit for reforming international agricultural trading rules, but the postponement World Trade Organization’s 12th Ministerial Conference gives WTO countries more time to lay the groundwork for consensus.
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Joe Biden

Biden assembles anti-China team

President Joe Biden’s effort to amass partners for challenging China is taking shape, and U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai is working to rekindle ties with historical allies such as Japan, the European Union and the United Kingdom while forging new bonds with countries such as India and Vietnam.
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Joe Biden

Tariffs and supply chain not on agenda for Biden-Xi meeting

Farmers, ranchers and ag exporters hoping President Joe Biden will engage Chinese President Xi Jinping Monday evening on trade tariffs or supply chain problems will likely be disappointed. Neither topic is on Biden’s agenda for the virtual meeting, according to a senior White House official who previewed expectations for the conversation to reporters.
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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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