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AAEA News | Tuesday, April 24, 2018
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Beijing's tit-for-tat trade spat with Washington could come back to bite China when it comes to soybeans and even the grain sorghum to some extent. Analysts say China can get soybeans from South America but still won't get enough to meet its overall domestic needs.

Wally Tyner, Purdue University
David Laborde, IFPRI
Sam Funk, RaboResearch




President's Message

Scott Swinton
AAEA President

New AAEA Teaching Publication and Proposed Federal Cuts to Applied Econ
March 2018

Among its goals, AAEA aims to strengthen professional communication and to look out for the general welfare of our members.  My column this month hits on both topics:

  • Applied Economics Teaching Resources, the AAEA’s newest publication seeks an Inaugural Editor;
  • The U.S. President’s FY2019 budget proposes cuts and restructuring to agricultural economics programs that would especially affect the USDA Economic Research Service.

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