Soy leader says it’s not too late to step back from the US-China trade war


Soy leader says it’s not too late to step back from the US-China trade war

The vice president of the American Soybean Association says the group is not giving up hope that the US and China could come to an agreement before tariffs are set to go into place on July 6.

Davie Stephens grows corn and soybeans in western Kentucky.

“We’re really trying to drive the message home now of rethinking the tariffs and not moving forward with that deadline,” he says.

He tells Brownfield the ASA will continue to push negotiation over the aid that could be offered by the USDA through the Commodity Credit Corporation.

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