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GOOD TRADE NEWS (for a change): Japan and U.S. agree deal at G7

President Trump shaking hands with Japanese Prime Minister Abe after agreeing a trade deal in France during the G7 meeting

PortandTerminal.com, August 26, 2019 Finally some good news regarding trade agreements. Not with China, but with Japan. BIARRITZ, FRANCE – President Donald Trump and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed on the principles of a trade deal on Sunday at the G7 meeting in France. This looks to be especially good news for American corn farmers who have been suffering under …

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Brazil court orders Petrobras to refuel stranded Iranian grain vessels

Cargo ship moored at a dock

PortandTerminal.com, July 26, 2019 After Iran’s threatens to take its business elsewhere, Brazil’s Supreme Court orders its state-run oil company to refuel two Iranian vessels stranded at port due to lack of fuel. BRASILIA/RIO DE JANEIRO – Brazil’s top court on Thursday ordered state-run oil company Petrobras to refuel two Iranian grain vessels stranded on the Brazilian coast due to …

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Trade War’s Impact on People: Iowa

PortandTerminal.com, May 27, 2019 Iowa farmers are worried about the upcoming planting season. As the U.S.’s trade war with China escalates, commodity prices like soy, corn and pork are getting hammered. The bills don’t go away. Just the customers. Des Moines, Iowa – “A lot of us think it can’t get any worse, that it can only go up from …

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