The sixth round of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) talks are underway in Canada, and the American Farm Bureau Federation is looking to the talks as a way to modernize the agreement and improve on gains for U.S. ag. AFBF senior director of congressional relations Dave Salmonsen says top trade officials are attending the talks this week, and could tackle hard issues, including agriculture.
Salmonsen is confident that trade negotiators will address issues important to agriculture.
NAFTA negotiation rounds are scheduled through the spring.
That’s AFBF senior director of congressional relations Dave Salmonsen.
From the National Association of Farm Broadcasting News Service.