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Ag Report: New Chinese tariffs delayed, boosting ethanol demand, and clean water repeal

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Ag Report: New Chinese tariffs delayed, boosting ethanol demand, and clean water repeal

Ag Report: New Chinese tariffs delayed, boosting ethanol demand, and clean water repeal

The tepid relationship between the United States and China might be warming up.

In addition, President Donald Trump met with U.S. Senators from key farm states on Thursday as part of an ongoing effort to boost ethanol demand.

Plus, The EPA announced the organization is going to do away with certain clean water regulations.

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