Chinese tariffs on U.S. wheat would cause significant harm


Steve Mercer with U.S. Wheat Associates says Chinese retaliatory tariffs would cause significant harm.

“There’s the African saying that when the elephants fight, the grass suffers.  Unfortunately in this case, I think the grass is the wheat growing in farmers’ fields.”

Mercer says he’d prefer the Trump Administration work through the World Trade Organization to address disputes between the world’s two largest economies.

He tells Brownfield a 25 percent tariff on U.S.

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