New trade caucus to focus on ‘common sense’ policy

New trade caucus to focus on ‘common sense’ policy

A bipartisan group of US Representatives have formed a new caucus that focuses on increasing market access and leveling the playing field for ag trade.

Adrian Smith, a Republican from Nebraska, tells Brownfield the ag industry has fallen behind due to the lack of free trade deals. “We want to make sure we have the markets opening around the world. As a growing population that knows we need to eat, let’s feed the world in a better way that brings economic sustainability here to the Homefront as well.”

The Agriculture Trade Caucus, is in the process of being formally established, and consists of Reps.

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