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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Tue Jun 17, 2014 03:29 PM CDT

The TransAtlantic Trade and Investment Partnership was rescued on Tuesday when the U.S. Agriculture Secretary and EU Agriculture Commissioner were able to express in definitive terms that both sides of the Atlantic like agricultural trade.

Wait. That statement is a little too assertive and aggressive, don't you think? I think the Europeans need to be a little more nuanced. Yes, they like agricultural trade, but they don't want to unnecessarily cause people to assume that because they like trade that EU officials may make some sort of move that would increase trade.

Let's say both sides of the Atlantic think ...

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