Archive for September, 2001

ASA Pleased at China’s Entry to WTO, Raises Concerns About New Biotech Import Regulations

The American Soybean Association (ASA) welcomes the news that World Trade Organization (WTO) members endorsed China’s entry into the WTO this week. ASA has long supported China’s participation into the WTO because it will foster even stronger ties with China, which recently became the largest single market for U.S. soybeans. China will formally join the … Read More »

ASA Applauds Release of USDA & Senate Democrat Farm Policy Principles

The American Soybean Association (ASA) reacted positively to the release of long-term farm policy priorities by both the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and by Democrats in the U.S. Senate. A primary goal for ASA in the farm bill debate is ensuring that soybeans are treated fairly and equitably as program crops. “The Administration and … Read More »

DuPont and ASA Team Up To Promote Excellence and Leadership Within Soybean Industry

The American Soybean Association and DuPont are seeking nominees for the 2002 ASA/DuPont Young Leader Program. The Young Leader Program is recognized throughout the soybean industry for its long-standing tradition of identifying and cultivating excellent leaders who now play an integral role in the promotion of agriculture and the success of the soybean industry. The … Read More »