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USGC Outlines Trade Priorities for New Administration

Trade policy engagement goals include continued work with China, Brazil and India

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While at the USGC’s 18th International Marketing Conference and 61st Annual Membership Meeting this week, USGC President and CEO Ryan LeGrand shared that USGC has been in contact with members of the new Biden Administration to express its priorities for U.S. corn and ethanol industries.

“We have contacted members of the Biden Administration as the transition has occurred to make sure they understand that corn, sorghum, barley and ethanol industries in the United States have prioritized export market development to build overall demand, support the U.S. agriculture sector and meet global climate objectives,” LeGrand said.

Trade policy engagement goals include continued work with China, Brazil and India; a focus on U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) implementation issues; a push for free trade agreements with the United Kingdom as well as Kenya; and development of a comprehensive strategy alongside our sister organizations to engage in trade openings with countries in Southeast Asia and with Japan, Vietnam.

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