Robust U.S. ag trade 'far from exhausted'

Robust U.S. ag trade 'far from exhausted'

U.S. ag exports have more than doubled in value since 1990.

Robust U.S. ag trade 'far from exhausted'
THE U.S. currently has a $43 billion agricultural trade surplus, and the agriculture sector employs nearly 1.5 million U.S. workers, according to a newly released Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) report about the economic benefits of enhanced U.S. trade

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