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NAFTA negotiators hunker down as talks heat up and concerns rise over deal’s future

U.S., Mexican and Canadian officials were to meet through the weekend and into the new week to talk about the future of NAFTA, as concerns mounted over the shape and even the fate of the trade pact.

As the latest round of talks began in Washington, President Trump said he could envision bilateral agreements with current NAFTA partners should the trilateral arrangement be scuttled.

Meanwhile, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce sent a letter urging that NAFTA be saved and warning of the consequences were it not.

See more in the Oct. 16 edition of MondayLine.

ANUGA trade show attracts 18 USAPEEC members, many more attend

It’s the world’s largest and possibly most important trade show for food and beverages, and ANUGA 2017 again lived up to its reputation.

An estimated 165,000 visitors from 198 countries attended the event, along with 7,405 exhibitors from 107 nations. USAPEEC and its members were well represented, as 18 members exhibited at the show held in Cologne, Germany, and many more attended.

Visitors from all over the world came by the U.S. Meat & Poultry Pavilion which was a center of action. Among the visitors to the pavilion were U.S. Charge d’Affaires Kent Logsdon, Texas Commissioner of Agriculture Sid Miller, Virginia Commissioner of Agriculture Sandra and more.

See more in the Oct. 16 edition of MondayLine.

Angola forex allocation led to more U.S. poultry imports: GAIN

Angola’s allocation of more foreign exchange resources to increase the availability of food this year resulted in it becoming the fourth largest importing country of U.S. poultry, and the third largest market for U.S. frozen chicken leg quarters, the Foreign Agricultural Service said in a new Global Agricultural Information Network (GAIN) report.

The government made more foreign exchange injections available this year, the report said, ahead of a “contentious” election in Angola.

See more information in the Oct. 16 edition of MondayLine.

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