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Lighthizer recognizes impact of ag retaliation

China looks to retaliate against U.S. soybeans, sorghum and live hogs as Trump prepares to apply up to $60 billion in tariffs against China.

It’s no secret that the agriculture industry has a bull's-eye on its back when it comes to retaliatory trade measures. The threats and fears intensified this week after reports indicated that China’s next move will be to enter into a tit-for-tat trade war with the U.S.

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