EU tariffs on U.S. ag goods making waves


The European Union’s 25 percent tariff on nearly 200 U.S. products including corn is set to go into effect Friday and is causing concern.

The EU has said it will impose the tariff on $3.2 billion worth of U.S. goods including corn, dry beans, cranberries, orange juice, rice, and peanuts.  The EU Trade Commissioner says the EU was left with no other choice after the U.S. cited national security as a reason for implementing tariffs.

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