How will FTAs affect individual farmers?

Herrick, Matt
October 2011
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;10/ 5/2011, p2
The article discusses the importance of free trade agreements (FTAs) of the U.S. with Colombia, Panama and South Korea. It is mentioned that these agreements are the part of U.S. president Barack Obama's job creation strategy and will increase the exports from the U.S. to other countries and will benefit the agricultural industries, small businesses, and rural communities. Also, it is expected to increase the number of jobs and will benefit all sectors of agriculture.


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