Saskatchewan must act quickly in Chinese trade dispute

Have you noticed the global economy reorganizing in relation to all these trade conversations? Ask a soybean farmer if trade and tariff posturing and global politics matter in North Dakota; if they’re paying attention, they’ll tell you international politics matter on small North Dakota farms.

And we’re not alone; our neighbors to the North are players in the same game. History lessons in the future will tell us who wins in the end, but during the reorganization, the places and states that fair the best will be those with the best information and the most agility. Also, it also helps to know what the other players on the field are talking about.

On that note, here’s one perspective out of Saskatchewan on how the province should be reacting to the changing game.

This article was sourced from:

Chris Harbron, Regina Leader Post


Josh Wolsky

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