Tag Archives: tariff

WAWG in the news

As talk continued throughout the media regarding the administration’s proposed $12 billion trade mitigation effort, media outlets across Washington state have reached out to the Washington Association of Wheat Growers (WAWG) to hear what the wheat industry thinks. Michelle Hennings, WAWG executive director, and Marci Green, WAWG president, both participated in interviews recently. To hear Hennings interview with King5 News, ... Read More »

A primer on the China tariffs

Confused about what the Chinese tariff mean? Here’s a quick primer published by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Read More »

Trump Administration can prevent threat of wheat export losses under CPTPP

From the National Association of Wheat Growers and U.S. Wheat Associates Implementation of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) without the U.S. is a time bomb set to demolish more than 60 years of hard work by multiple generations of U.S. farm families to develop a large and loyal market for U.S. wheat in Japan. The U.S. government has ... Read More »

Trade conflict with China already hurting U.S. farm families

From the National Association of Wheat Growers and U.S. Wheat Associates From March to June over the past three years, Chinese flour milling companies and their importers purchased an average of about 20 million bushels of U.S. wheat, returning well over $145 million to American farm families and grain handlers. Not in 2018, however. Unable to accept the risk of ... Read More »

Chinese tariff on wheat hits farmers

Pacific Northwest farmers are bracing for serious losses in the Chinese market after the country announced its intentions to impose a 25 percent tariff on all U.S. wheat in reaction to tariff’s imposed by President Trump on Chinese goods. More than 12.5 million bushels of the region’s flagship soft white wheat class, have been shipped to China during the 2017/2018 ... Read More »