U.S. Pork sales could reduce trade deficit with China
Securing zero-tariff access to China for U.S. pork would be an economic boon for American agriculture and the country, according to the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC).
Based on an analysis by Iowa State University (ISU) economist Dermot Hayes, NPPC says unrestricted access to the Chinese chilled and frozen market would reduce the...
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