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How Chinese Tariffs Will Impact U.S. Beef, Ethanol and Apples

1 MIN READJun 7, 2018 | 14:31 GMT
A cow for sale at the Abilene Livestock Auction in Texas.

A cow for sale at the Abilene Livestock Auction in Texas. As trade negotiations between the United States and China continue on their bumpy and uncertain path, U.S. agricultural producers face the threat of retaliation across multiple fronts. 

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As trade negotiations between the United States and China continue on their bumpy and uncertain path, U.S. agricultural producers face the threat of retaliation across multiple fronts. This graphic illustrates where business and political fallout could be most keenly felt outside the intensive soybean production of the U.S. heartland.

A graphic showing how Chinese tariffs will impact U.S. beef, ethanol and apple production.
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