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Montana's Congressional delegates voice support for U.S. interim trade deal with Japan


Last updated 9/26/2019 at 12:14pm

Jon Tester

After a challenging year in the agricultural market, with agricultural prices greatly effected by the trade war, U.S. farmers saw some relief Wednesday, when President Donald Trump signed an interim trade deal with Japan.

Although many farmers in the region have seen a strong harvest, because of the market prices for wheat and barley, many of them may have been facing a loss this year.

Trump signed the agreement with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in New York, while the two were attending the United National General Assembly. The interim trade deal is to lower Japanese tariffs on U.S....

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