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US agricultural exports hit $136 billion in 2016

Agrilife.org reports US agricultural exports totalled 135 billion dollars in 2016, and experts anticipate future growth. However, production yields, trade agreements and borrowing power have to keep working in lockstep.

US agricultural imports were valued at 115 billion dollars in 2016. And both imports and exports generate enormous positive economic impacts. Imports from Mexico are prominent, and vegetables are the largest share of imports from Mexico due to seasonality. 

Publication date: 12/11/2017

 


 

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