Florida Ag Expo and USTR discuss with China
From the Ag Information Network, I’m Bob Larson with your agribusiness update.
** If you’re looking to find out how artificial intelligence can help agriculture, this year’s Florida Ag Expo might be for you.
According to www.morningagclips.com, the Expo will highlight the latest technology, AI and agricultural innovation and will also include a large vendor trade show.
The Florida Ag Expo will take place on November 18 at the Florida Gulf Coast Research and Education Center at the University of Florida in Balm.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Brad Buck, [email protected]
** U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai said recent interactions with China were aimed at lowering the temperature of a rocky trade relationship.
She tells US News Dot Com that any potential misunderstanding between the countries could ignite a giant fire with drastic effects on both nations and the global economy.
Tai recently spoke with the Chinese Vice Premier to discuss China’s failure to meet the Phase 1 trade deal struck under former President Trump.
**American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall welcomes agreement to end a Section 232 tariff dispute between the United States and the European Union.
Duvall tells www.agrimarketing.com that the deal is good news for American farmers who have been swept up in disputes centered on steel and aluminum, and have seen restrictions on U.S. agricultural exports like juice orange, butter, cheese, pork and many more.
He says it is crucial that we restore these commercial relations.