The U.S. and Japan have an agreement in principle following months of trade negotiations. On Sunday, President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe released more details from the G7 Summit. Trump calling the agreement tremendous for U.S. farmers. “One of the things Prime Minister Abe agreed to is we have excess corn in various parts of the country with our farmers, because China didn’t do what they said they’d do and Japan will be buying all of our corn,” said Trump. Throughout the press conference, Trump continued to emphasize the purchase of hundreds of millions of dollars of U.S. corn to be purchased with the agreement. Reuters is reporting the two counties could sign the agreement in New York next month.
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