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Many times when we talk about trade deals there is immense focus on reducing tariffs, increasing trade flows, or increasing market access. There are other chapters of text that create a basis for the agreement in terms of how the involved countries will handle issues like the environment, labour standards, and cultural exemptions. Carlo Dade,…

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The news Between $10 million and $50 million is up for grabs if you’re in the business of  innovation. The federal government has announced a new funding competition geared to spur innovation in the agriculture and agri-food industries. The money, which is coming from the Strategic Innovation Fund, will be used to support the development of automation and digital technologies. These…

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China buying U.S. soybeans highlights grain markets, but not for long — This week in the grain markets

On Wednesday, it was announced China would make its first major purchases of U.S. soybeans since the “trade war truce” made between the two countries at the end of the G20 Summit in Argentina. The purchase of over 1.5 MMT…

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Heavy lamb prices across Ontario sale barns have dipped steeply lower in the last three weeks, with year-over-year drops at some auctions over $0.30 (or more) a pound for the same weight class. While some seasonal dips are expected at…

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