After Trump's threats to the North American Free Trade Agreement, Mexico, a buyer of several other U.S. agricultural products, promised to seek aggressively other sources for agricultural products.
Vietnam and Iran are also increasing their purchases of U.S. soybeans, this year.
Geographically, the safflower is limited to be planted in dry areas like California, the same happens in Argentina.
With low prices, corn is becoming too expensive for debt-strapped farmers in Brazil.
The trade agreements will hinge on an upcoming meeting between the two country's trade leaders.
The. U.S. trade department continues to be a very busy place.
Because of the Trump Administration’s trade flare-ups with Mexico, Argentina is negotiating the entrance of fresh eggs into Mexico. Mexicans replace U.S. rice with Brazilian rice.
Argentina’s soybean crop has been made. Now the race is on to get it out of the fields before massive flooding.
U.S. rice may have been 'chopsticked' by Mexico, as the southern neighbor allows imports from Brazil.
With President Trump drawing a line in the sand with the financing of the border wall, Mexican officials threaten replacing U.S. corn purchases.