Why North American Ag Must Wean Itself Off China
Damian Mason - The Business of Agriculture • 41m
North American Agriculture has benefited greatly by China’s rise during the last couple decades. But, as you’ve heard, all good things must come to an end and in this case, the end might not end well. Tensions between China and the west — particularly the United States — have ramped up. And frankly, those tensions aren’t likely to subside. In this episode we discuss trade, numbers, and the reasons it’s time to start weaning North American Agriculture off the adversarial customer that is China.
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