ASA CEO: lack of new trade deals a challenge

ASA CEO: lack of new trade deals a challenge

The CEO of the American Soybean Association says he is disappointed with the lack of new trade agreements in the last two years.

Steve Censky says deals are on hold with countries who want to do business as the U.S. soybean industry is trying to diversify markets.

“A U.S. and UK trade deal would be great, along with a trade deal with Kenya. We would also like to come back and enter into the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership.”

Then, he says add China to the mix…

“They’re still the largest soybean importer in the world.

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