The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is critical for farmers and agriculture at large, and continuing its long-term success is a top priority, according to testimony from those in the agriculture industry at an Office of the U.S. Trade Representative hearing to examine priorities for the upcoming NAFTA renegotiation.
A continued unified message from the agriculture industry was the request to do no harm in U.S. trade relationships with Canada and Mexico.
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