Homepage  Homepage     Search on site  Search on site     To write the letter  To write the letter     Site map  Site map
Agro Perspectiva
We are on: 
   

Photoblog

 




Home > News

Soy Growers Disappointed in Additional Tariffs, Continue to Seek Export Stability with Largest Customer

12.07.2018 09:00 "Agro Perspectiva" (Kyiv) The American Soybean Association expressed extreme disappointment in USTRs announcement that an additional $200 billion in tariffs will be imposed on Chinese goods. The new list of goods will be subject to a 10 percent tariff. This action worsens the trade dispute between the U.S. and China, which have already initiated plans to impose $50 billion in tariffs on each others products.

While trade tensions with U.S. soys largest customer continue to escalate, soy growers from across 30 states are in Washington, talking with the members of the Administration and Congress, urging them to rescind these tariffs and bring a sense of stability and certainty back to farmers who depend on trade, said ASA President and Iowa soybean farmer John Heisdorffer.

The announcement of additional tariffs on China is a move in the opposite direction. Were focused on increasing trade opportunities and keeping the robust and growing Chinese market we have worked for decades to secure. Our message to the administration and lawmakers remains the same: these tariffs needlessly hurt soy growers and rural communities.

The American Soybean Association continues to encourage the Administration to find a non-tariff solution to address its concerns with China, while also utilizing soy as the largest agricultural export to help reduce our nations trade deficit with China.

The American Soybean Association (ASA) represents U.S. soybean farmers on domestic and international policy issues important to the soybean industry. ASA has 26 affiliated state associations representing 30 soybean producing states and more than 300,000 soybean farmers.

Agro Perspectiva

< Harvesting 2018: agrarians start spring rape harvesting All news for
12.07.2018
Ukrainian this year Jan-Jun raw milk output down 1.8% >

10.12.2018  
23:14 Gnidavskiy Sugar Plant ready products reach true European quality standards
21:07 Cabinet appointed Agrarian Policy Acting Minister
18:13 Ukrainian canned fish output up 13%
17:54 Ukrainian Fishery Agency invites entrepreneurs to take up grouper quotas
17:49 COP24 addresses climate change displacement ahead of crunch migration meeting
07.12.2018  
23:16 FAO sugar prices global index growing within third consecutive month
22:03 State Forestry Agency introduced additional measures against illegal Christmas trees felling
21:14 EBRD, FAO will partially finance Ukrainian companies FOODEX Japan 2019 participation
15:06 Ukrainian quotas for honey, processed tomatoes already exhausted
13:32 COP24: A million lives could be saved by 2050 through climate action
06.12.2018  
23:44 Ukrainian sugar beets harvesting campaign over
22:08 Share of foreign investment into Ukrainian livestock farming reaches 30%
21:14 Ukrainian raw milk output profitability up
18:03 Ukrainian grains export over 19 million tons
17:11 Soil pollution jeopardizing life on Earth, FAO warns
12:55 BASF and VanderSat collaborate to provide farmers with high-precision, field-specific crop optimization
05.12.2018  
23:27 Ukrlandfarming ranked among Ukrainian most innovative companies
22:46 Brazil shipped 12 sugar vessels to CIS countries
21:03 Ukrainian foods pavilion to work at exhibition within Japan
20:14 Harvesting 2018: agrarians threshed 69.3 million tons grains
19:11 FAO Chief urges transformative changes to how we eat
04.12.2018  
23:36 Vinnytsia Region sugar output to exceed 350,000 tons
23:17 Ukraine, Turkey agreed on agricultural cooperation main directions
21:12 Ukrainian this year walnut export up 77%
20:28 Experts: Ukrainian domestic market chicken prices possible to grow before New Year holidays
19:11 Four things UN Chief wants world leaders to know at major climate conference
12:20 Avocado Exports to the US Remain Strong in MY 2018/19
03.12.2018  
21:31 AB InBev Efes loses about 30% of its reusable bottles per year within Ukraine
20:03 State Forestry Agency: Ukrainian Christmas tree 2018 campaign launched
18:44 Brazilian sugar plants ethanol output up
17:02 Ukrlandfarming supports domestic livestock antibiotics norms toughening
16:11 UN crucial climate change conference COP24 gets underway
13:50 Soybean Growers Relieved to Hear Positive Trade News from G20
30.11.2018  
22:44 Ukraine opened Tunisian market for poultry meat export
22:13 Volyn region to have enough sugar this year
21:09 Zubko: German business ready to invest into Ukraine
20:53 Ukrainian Jan-Oct agricultural products EU export up US$60.4 million
19:11 80 adolescents a day will still die of AIDS by 2030 even despite epidemic slowdown
29.11.2018  
23:13 Cygnet completed sugar beets harvesting
22:18 Ukrainian Jan-Oct agricultural products export up almost US$165 million
22:07 Grains Corporation branches received over 1.5 million tons grains
20:38 Harvesting 2018: agrarians threshed 68.5 million tons grains
19:11 COP 24 UN climate change conference: what is at stake and what you need to know
28.11.2018  
23:04 Egypt sugar import cost down 31%
22:17 Experts: Ukrainian agricultural investments payback period about 4 years
21:14 Ecology Ministry to appeal judicial decision on elk hunting ban cancellation
20:53 Ukraine, EU agricultural products trade up 5%
19:11 UN: CO2 emissions up firstly within 4
27.11.2018  
23:07 Ukrainian Jan-Jun domestic wine sales up 12%
22:44 Cherkasy Azot starts new mineral fertilizer output

Also available: 



Agrarian Week in digital



READ ON-LINE



NewsNews - News - News - News - News - News
BriefWeekly Reports - Free article
SubscriptionTariff - News&Reports
AdvertisingMagazine - Site
ConferencesForum AGRO-2013 - DAIRY WORLD-2008 - FERTILIZERS-2010
Exhibitions
For our clientsAgroNewsDaily - Ukrainian Grain&Oilseed Market - Fertilizers - Milk Monthly - Milk Weekly
About usAbout project - Contact
     Lenty.Ru   +
2002 -2018 © Agrarika, ltd.
tel.: +38 (044) 486-9171, 486-8119
fax: +38 (044) 486-8830, 494-4889
e-mail: info@agroperspectiva.com