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TPP to Take Effect this Year

Dan Industry News Release, Trade

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal, minus the U.S., will take effect this year after Australia this week became the sixth of the 11 remaining nations to ratify it. The inevitable is happening after President Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership soon after taking office—TPP is officially taking effect. Japan has agreed to bilateral talks with the U.S., offering …

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Agri View: Bad Trade Deal for Agriculture

Dan Agri View, Trade, Wheat

Everett Griner talks about the United States leaving TTP hurting agriculture in today’s Agri View. Bad Trade Deal for Agriculture Well, all 12 nations that make up the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) have signed the agreement. All except one. That one is us. The United States. Our President has already announced that we are out. The country’s wheat farmers fear this …

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US Beef Producers Growing Concerned as TPP-11 Agreement Draws Near

Dan Industry News Release, Trade

The 11 remaining members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership are moving forward with a modified trade agreement, known as the Comprehensive and progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, or the CP-TPP. Officials with the U.S. Meat Export Federation say this updated deal will leave American producers in the dust. Federation economist Erin Borror says market access remains the biggest concern for U.S. …

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Study: TPP Withdrawal Creates Export Loss for U.S., Gains for Canada

Dan Industry News Release, Trade

A new study says the U.S. withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership will cost the nation more than $3 billion in exports. Meanwhile, the remaining 11 members would enjoy marginal gains from the U.S.’ TPP withdrawal, with Mexico and Canada set to benefit the most. A study by a firm from Canada told the Global Trade Review this week that TPP-11 …

Dairy Trade in the Trump Era

Dan Dairy, Industry News Release

by Jim Mulhern,President, CEO of NMPF On his first Monday in the White House, President Donald Trump recently signed an executive order officially abandoning the Trans-Pacific Partnership. This action raised as many questions as it answered about the future of trade policy in the new administration.  It certainly signals that America’s approach to global trade policy will undergo a serious …

ASA Registers Significant Concern Following Withdrawal from TPP

Dan Industry News Release, Soybeans, Trade

The nation’s soybean farmers expressed significant concern Monday, following an executive order from President Donald Trump that withdraws the United States from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). American Soybean Association (ASA) President Ron Moore pointed out the high stakes for soybean farmers, and urged the Trump Administration to immediately announce how it intends to engage and expand market access in …