The new U.S. administration: 3 possible impacts on Canadian ag

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Podcast Highlights

  • U.S. is an important trade partner, making up 30% of Canadian agriculture’s GDP
  • The recently approved country of origin labelling of livestock could come under new scrutiny
  • China/U.S. tensions could hurt Canadian trade or create potential to backfill for U.S. losses
  • Changes to the ethanol mandate would have major impact on corn markets
  • Follow FCC Ag Economics for more perspective on the trends of 2017

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