USTR ambassador Michael Froman Lance Cheung

INSIDE WASHINGTON: Obama stands firm on trade disputes

Busy fall in trade dispute arena shows actions are being taken to support U.S. agricultural producers.

In an ongoing world of protectionist trade practices, it does seem that, over the last eight years, the Obama Administration has stepped up on behalf of farmers to make sure world trading partners are playing by the rules.

Since President Barack Obama was inaugurated in 2009, the U.S. Trade Representative has filed 24 enforcement complaints at the World Trade Organization — more than any other WTO member. The U.S. has won every single one of those complaints that WTO has announc

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