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U.S. strikes deal to export pork to Argentina

Agreement opens up a potential $10 million-per-year market for America’s pork producers.

On Thursday, the Trump Administration announced that the U.S. and Argentina have agreed to terms that will allow U.S. pork to enter the Argentine market for the first time since 1992. The agreement follows the Aug. 15 meeting between Vice President Mike Pence and President Mauricio Macri of Argentina during the Vice President’s visit to Buenos Aires. President Donald Trump first raised the issue with Macri during their bilateral meeting at the White House on April 27.

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