Florida Study echoes Georgia concerns about lack of protections under USMCA

An Economic Impact Analysis from the University of Florida warns of significant losses for the Florida fresh produce industry if the current trajectory of Mexican imports continues.

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The good news is that no tariffs will apply to Mexican produce coming into the U.S. The bad news is that fresh produce, and agriculture in general, will continue to be a pawn in trade negotiations. Read More...
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