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Trump Administration Doesn't Plan To Give Aid To Farmers In 2019

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Trump Administration Doesn't Plan To Give Aid To Farmers In 2019

Trump Administration Doesn't Plan To Give Aid To Farmers In 2019

Reuters reports the Trump administration does not have any plans to provide more aid to farmers at the moment.

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue said on Tuesday that the government will consider new plans to increase aid if the trade negotiations continue to stand still.

Perdue said, “We have been very clear to the agriculture community that we did not anticipate nor should they anticipate a 2019 Market Facilitation Program." In 2018.

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