In an interview with the Red River Farm Network, Deputy Agriculture Secretary Steve Censky said the signing of the trade deal with China will be huge for all of agriculture. It “addresses the longstanding market access barriers that China has used to keep our products out that has frustrated the trade for literally decades.” Censky says removing these not-tariff-trade barriers is likely the biggest win for US agriculture. “It will be spread out over lots of different commodities and will be, we hope, a bonanza for farmers and the agricultural industry.”
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