NAFTA needs to reinforce U.S. as reliable

House Ways & Means subcommittee hearing builds on how NAFTA is vehicle to keep U.S. competitive in global marketplace.

Preserving agricultural market access with Canada and Mexico are crucial as the Trump Administration moves forward with modernizing the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), but it also requires an overall trade policy that reinforces that the U.S. desires to be reliable -- something that is at risk in the current environment, according to Stan Ryan, president and chief executive officer of Darigold in Seattle, Wash.

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