Commodities & markets, Exports, International issues, Management

The self-inflicted economic damage to American agriculture

“Agriculture is at the front of the long and broad line of those objecting to this latest attempt to coddle the steel industry. The reason is based on data and history. Perhaps one upside of this latest outbreak of naked crony-capitalism is that it is so egregious and ill-considered that it illustrates clearly the deep and widespread economic benefits of letting markets work. And, it is still not too late to learn the lesson and avoid most of the economic pain.”

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