Valley Trader Changes Business Plan to Maintain China’s Grain Demand
WESLACO – A new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture states that China has been growing dramatically as an importer since 2010.
A local commodities trader, who also specializes in beef production and grains trading, says almost everyone in the Rio Grande Valley is adjusting to doing business with China.
CHANNEL 5’s Frank McCaffrey speaks to an agricultural economics expert who explains how recent tariffs could impact trade.
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