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Lifting of tariffs on Canada, Mexico draws praise

Agriculture industry groups say it is good step toward USMCA approval
The United States agreed on May 17 to lift tariffs on steel and aluminum from Canada and Mexico, a move being praised by many in the agriculture industry as a step toward approval of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
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Tyson: Prices to jump as China cold storage supply depletes

Meat and poultry prices are already changing, but the biggest changes are yet to come, Noel White says
Meat and poultry prices are already starting to move as a result of the African swine fever (ASF) outbreak in China, but once the country’s inventories in cold storage are depleted, prices should rise significantly, Tyson Foods CEO Noel White said.
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CFO: Tyson has edge over alternative protein startups

By utilizing current business networks and facilities, Tyson Foods believes its plant-based protein products can quickly do well in the marketplace
Tyson Foods’ entry into the alternative protein sector should be successful and bring a quick return on investment, due to advantages it has over any competing startup company, Tyson Foods Chief Financial Officer Stewart Glendinning said.
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How Spain eradicated ASF and expanded markets

The containment and subsequent eradication of African swine fever by authorities and swine farmers, as well as the opening of exports, make Spain a world reference.
The international director of Interporc in Madrid explains how Spain controlled the ASF outbreak from 1970's and is an example for other countries in the matter.
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