Trump revives U.S. agriculture's CPTPP hopes, at no cost

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President Donald Trump revived the U.S. agriculture industry’s hopes of participating in the trade deal now known as CPTPP (Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership) on Thursday, but until there’s concrete action showing he’s serious, U.S. farmers and CPTPP member countries, including Canada, should not get too excited. The president is well aware that his supporters in the farm community are on edge regarding his trade policies — including the early withdrawal from the CPTPP (or TPP as it was known then) and re-opening of NAFTA — but concerns have reached a new level in recent weeks with China…

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