American farm income has stagnated for three years in a row and needs new export markets, say U.S. Congressmen from Kansas and Arkansas. Opening up the $2 billion food market in Cuba would bring immediate benefits to states such as Kansas and Arkansas, with sales of wheat, rice and corn. Kansas would see an additional […]
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By Melvin Torres on April 18, 2017 in Agriculture, Customs/Freight, Infrastructure, Seaports, Shipping, Trade
Even in the new trade environment being championed by President Donald Trump, U.S. companies will need offshore capabilities.
How One State is Spearheading the Effort to Open Agriculture Trade with Cuba.