Newhouse, Others Still Looking For Details On U.S./China Agreement

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WASHINGTON AG NETWORK – GLENN VAAGEN – On Tuesday, China announced it would reduce tariffs on U.S. cars by 15%.  Many are crediting the agreement struck up by President Trump and his Chinese counterpart at the G-20 Summit in Argentina.  But it remains to be seen how much of an influence that agreement may or may not have had, since details have not been revealed.

“We are looking at what was put out by each country,” said Central Washington Republican Dan Newhouse.  “Kind of a side-by-side comparison on the statements, trying to discern what exactly what that means.”

Newhouse also pointed out that it’s still unclear if, or how this 90 day waiting period will benefit the Ag community, and just how Northwest Ag will benefit.

Posted By: Glenn Vaagen, Washington Ag Network, December 12, 2018

Picture: Washington AG Network – Dan-Newhouse