President Trump’s Problem: Food/Ag Tariffs By Canada, China, EU & Mexico
For 2018: U.S. Food/Ag Exports To China Decreased 11.5% U.S. Food/Ag Exports To Mexico Increased 1.3% U.S. Food/Ag Exports To Canada Increased 1.3% U.S. Food/Ag Exports To The EU Increased 14.4%
U.S. Food/Ag Exports To Cuba Increased 15.4% Cuba Imported More Food/Ag Products From U.S. Than 19 Of 28 EU Members Cuba Ranks 51st Of 229 Countries For U.S. Food/Ag Exports
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