The Big Picture

Global trade war: Impact on agriculture

As the landscape of global trade changes, Reuters is delivering insight and exclusive news on its impact on industries and policies across the world.

The United States has made improving the terms of trade with its top global partners a high priority. But trade disputes with China, Mexico, Canada and the European Union have quickly impacted farming and agricultural trade as those countries retaliated to U.S. tariffs with levies on farm produce. From the soy fields of the U.S. Midwest to China’s pork markets and South Africa’s poultry farms, Reuters reporters around the world have delivered comprehensive coverage of the ramifications of changing trade policy on agriculture.

See how Reuters is keeping readers and clients ahead of the story in the first edition of the Big Picture’s “Global trade war” series.