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Ag industry continues to make noise on NAFTA withdrawal

Ross says agriculture industry’s tactics on warning against NAFTA withdrawal “complicate” negotiating environment.

A group of 168 companies and trade associations from across America’s food and agriculture sectors delivered letters Tuesday to all 50 state governors, state agriculture commissioners and state economic development leaders. The letters point to the Administration’s “do no harm” pledge to the food and agriculture industries in North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations but note the potential for substantial adverse economic consequences from some

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