U.S.–China Trade Dispute and Potential Impacts on Agriculture
New articles published in Choices Magazine
The trade dispute between the two largest economic forces has escalated since the beginning of the year, which has brought agriculture to the media forefront. In a new Choices Magazine theme of articles, the authors examine the potential impacts of these tariffs on U.S. agriculture.
- Predicting Potential Impacts of China’s Retaliatory Tariffs on the U.S. Farm Sector
Yuqing Zheng, Dallas Wood, H. Holly Wang, and Jason P. H. Jones
- Impacts of Possible Chinese 25% Tariff on U.S. Soybeans and Other Agricultural Commodities
Farzad Taheripour and Wallace E. Tyner
- Upheaval in China’s Imports of U.S. Sorghum
James Hansen, Mary A. Marchant, Wei Zhang, and Jason Grant
- Chinese Trade Retaliation May Diminish U.S. Wine Export Potential
Amanda M. Countryman and Andrew Muhammad
- China’s Potential Cotton Tariffs and U.S. Cotton Exports: Lessons from History
Yangxuan Liu, John R. C. Robinson, and W. Donald Shurley
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