Trading with China

Alabama’s agriculture community has seen friction decrease, prices increase since U.S. signed Phase I agreement.

The U.S.-China trade relationship has always had its share of ups and downs. From the moment a bilateral trade agreement was signed between the two in 1979, there have been highs and lows — hundreds of billions of dollars in trade each year, but not without speed bumps and rough roads along the way. [caption id="attachment_19297"…

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