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Farm, automaker groups press U.S. officials to push for more EU access

14 Dec 2018

WASHINGTON U.S. farm, automaker and food and beverage groups pressed the Trump administration on Friday to ensure that any new trade talks with the European Union lead to an increase in their access to EU markets with less red tape.

Farm, food groups press U.S. officials to push for more EU access

14 Dec 2018

WASHINGTON, Dec 14 U.S. farmer, rancher and food and beverage groups pressed the Trump administration on Friday to ensure that any new trade talks with the European Union boost their market access and decrease regulatory hurdles to that access.

Dairy issue nags as U.S., Canada prepare to sign trade pact -sources

27 Nov 2018

NEW YORK/OTTAWA Dairy remains a sticking point between the United States and Canada as the countries prepare to sign a new North American trade pact this week, according to four sources familiar with the matter.

Exclusive: Chevron granted waiver from U.S. biofuel laws at Utah plant -source

20 Nov 2018

NEW YORK The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency granted oil major Chevron Corp a 2017 hardship waiver from U.S. biofuel laws for its Utah refinery earlier this year, according to a source familiar with the company's operations.

Analysis: New trade pact leaves most U.S. industry at mercy of Mexico's courts

22 Oct 2018

NEW YORK/MEXICO CITYThe new North American trade agreement ends key legal protections for many U.S. businesses operating in Mexico, leaving their operations exposed to a risk they had avoided under the old trade deal: Mexico's court system.

RPT-ANALYSIS-New trade pact leaves most U.S. industry at mercy of Mexico's courts

22 Oct 2018

NEW YORK/MEXICO CITY, Oct 22The new North American trade agreement ends key legal protections for many U.S. businesses operating in Mexico, leaving their operations exposed to a risk they had avoided under the old trade deal: Mexico's court system.

New trade pact leaves most U.S. industry at mercy of Mexico's courts

22 Oct 2018

NEW YORK/MEXICO CITYThe new North American trade agreement ends key legal protections for many U.S. businesses operating in Mexico, leaving their operations exposed to a risk they had avoided under the old trade deal: Mexico's court system.

UPDATE 2-S. African sugar makes rare appearance in small ICE October expiry

01 Oct 2018

NEW YORK, Oct 1 Raw sugar from South Africa made a rare appearance in the cash delivery against an ICE Futures U.S. contract, exchange data and traders said on Monday, the latest sign of the impact of excess global supplies and changes in European Union policy.

EPA details broad expansion of biofuel waiver program

20 Sep 2018

NEW YORK The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published new data detailing how it drastically expanded a biofuels waiver program for oil refiners since President Donald Trump's administration took office, responding to pressure from the corn lobby to boost transparency over the opaque program.

U.S. apple farmers afraid they will be hurt by U.S.-China trade battle

05 Sep 2018

NEW YORK/HONG KONG/BEIJING Apple farmers across the U.S. Northwest fear they will be the next victims of a U.S.-China trade war that left cherry growers in the same region with weak prices and having to scramble for alternative buyers because of prohibitive Chinese tariffs.

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