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Wall Street Journal: The Trade Casualties Mount

News / In The News July 23, 2018

American Farm Bureau Federation was mentioned in a Wall Street Journal editorial for rebuking Peter Navarro’s recent comments on the impact of the current trade war. “White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said, ‘We got two economies that add up to around $30 trillion in annual GDP. The amount of trade we’re affecting with the tariffs is a rounding error compared to that,’” noted the WSJ editorial board. “That drew a sharp rebuke Friday from the American Farm Bureau Federation that has watched retaliatory tariffs hit U.S. agriculture especially hard.”

Subscribers can view the full article, “The Trade Casualties Mount,” here.

AFBF’s full statement on Navarro’s comments can be viewed here.

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