Canadian growers could benefit if U.S. succeeds on pulse crop access to India



American president Donald Trump returned last month from a trip to India empty-handed in terms of any new trade deal. India and its prime minister, Narendra Modi, did roll out the red carpet for President Trump, which was topped off by a rally at a cricket stadium with over a hundred thousand people reportedly in attendance. There were high hopes in some sectors of U.S. agriculture leading up to the trip. U.S. dairy farmers were highly optimistic that the president would be able to boost dairy exports to India by $100 million per year. Another group of U.S. farmer were…

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