The head of the U.S. Dairy Export Council says he’s more hopeful about tariffs lifting in Mexico than in China.
Tom Vilsack says Mexican tariffs put U.S. dairy products at a competitive disadvantage, but he believes relationships and logistical advantages will buffer trade uncertainty in the short-term, “I believe at the end of the day, NAFTA will be renegotiated, it will be modernized, the tariffs will be lifted, and I think we’ll continue to have a strong marketing opportunity in Mexico.”
He says the council remains committed to increasing U.S.
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