Montana could be caught in the spillover effects when China levies higher tariffs on U.S. products. It’s another step in the ongoing trade war between China and the United States. Last year, tariffs nearly knocked out Montana’s wheat exports to China. The market has been less than stellar since, according to farmers in the state, which includes Lyle Benjamin, President of Montana Grain Growers Association. “Naturally, that drop in sales has been tough,” said Benjamin. “It’s hit Montana hard...
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