The president-elect told The New York Times that "we're going to fight like hell by investing in America first" to better compete with China.
Russia's recent ban on wheat exports is likely motivated by immediate concerns shared by other nations. But suggestions mooted by officials last year to create a "Grain OPEC" are more alarming—and Europe needs to plan ahead.
Appearing on Fox, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem praised Trump for his trade deal with China, while criticizing Democrats for the impeachment.
Nearly two-thirds of U.S. voters said they are not better off financially since Donald Trump took office, a new poll of likely voters finds.
The Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese Consortium in Italy tells Newsweek that its industry will be hit hard by U.S. tariffs and American consumers will suffer.
Small farmers have been left despondent after Agricultural Secretary Sonny Perdue said last week their businesses may not be big enough to survive.
Beth Ford said the farmers she represents are suffering from a combination of bad weather hitting harvests and tariffs.
Investors are betting the threat of impeachment will force President Donald Trump into cutting a deal with China to end a trade war between the world's two largest economies.
The president made the remarks after the Dow Jones fell by 623 points Friday, a drop sparked by Trump tweets from earlier in the day.
"Today the numbers report was published, and indeed the flows are growing too much, so they can't be maintained as they are," Mexico Foreign Affairs Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said.
The White House "is trying to use tariffs to solve every problem but HIV and climate change," one Republican senator said after Tuesday's meeting with White House officials.
The company's CEO admitted it is "relatively uncommon" to change prices mid-year. But given the cost pressures, the company believes it is best for business.
The Trump administration announced a $12 billion emergency aid package for farmers caught in the middle of his ongoing and escalating trade wars with China, Europe, Canada and Mexico.
Canadians urge one another to go #TrumpFree as payback for the tariffs imposed by the White House.
Canada will begin to impose tariffs on U.S. products on July 1.
China responded immediately to President Donald Trump's announcement that he would impose a 25 percent tariff on $50 billion in Chinese imports.
It's not looking good for Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Louisiana and South Carolina.
China said the U.S. should abandon its "tinted glasses" and "hegemonic mindset" toward Beijing's growing economic and military role in Africa.
"He is a rare talent, and I thank him for his dedicated service to the American people," Trump said of Cohn in a statement.