Apr 05, 2018
ASA Director Richard Wilkins talks tariffs and soybeans on "Fox Business" this week. Photo credit: Screenshot from Fox Business
Soy growers are frustrated, but not surprised this week, as a trade war looms with U.S. soy’s top customer. The Chinese Commerce Department announced plans to impose a 25 percent tariff on U.S. soybeans in retaliation for the U.S. proposed $60 billion in tariffs against Chinese goods. Soybean futures were already down nearly 40 cents a bushel the morning after this announcement.
Here’s a look at ASA leaders in the news discussing how tariffs impact soy growers:
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