Mike Dorning

Government, Business, Logistics

2021 Farm Exports to China Will Approach Record

Soybeans are unloaded from a grain wagon during harvest in Wyanet, Ill. (Daniel Acker/Bloomberg News) Soybeans are unloaded from a grain wagon during harvest in Wyanet, Ill. (Daniel Acker/Bloomberg News)

The value of U.S. farm exports to China will touch $31.5 billion in the federal fiscal year ending Sept. 30, the highest ever, the U.S. Agriculture Department said Feb. 18 in a report.

Mike Dorning | Bloomberg News
February 18, 2021
Government, Business

Farms Face Long-Term Losses From Trump Trade War, Group Warns

Farms Daniel Acker/Bloomberg News

U.S. farmers and agribusinesses face a rising threat of long-term losses in export sales as President Donald Trump’s trade war with China continues, Boston Consulting Group warned in a report.

Mike Dorning | Bloomberg News
October 9, 2019
Government, Business, Logistics

Majority of Trade Aid Went to Biggest Farms, Study Finds

Farm Daniel Acker/Bloomberg News

More than half of the Trump administration’s trade war aid for farmers went to just 10% of the recipients in the program, according to analysis of payments by an environmental organization.

Mike Dorning | Bloomberg News
July 30, 2019
Government, Business, Logistics

Pork Producers, Corn Growers Urge Trump to Reverse on Mexico Tariffs

Pork Dania Maxwell/Bloomberg News

The U.S. National Pork Producers Council urged President Donald Trump to reverse his decision to impose new tariffs on Mexico over illegal immigration.

Mike Dorning | Bloomberg News
May 31, 2019
Government, Business

Farmers Fear China Trade Deal Will Fail to Erase Retaliatory Tariffs

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Some U.S. farm groups fear that President Donald Trump’s terms for easing his trade war with China risk leaving large swaths of American agriculture worse off than before the conflict began.

Mike Dorning | Bloomberg News
April 15, 2019
Government, Business, Fuel

Obama Rejects Keystone Pipeline in Win for Environmentalists

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President Obama rejected TransCanada Corp.’s bid to build the Keystone XL pipeline, ending seven years of debate over an infrastructure project that swelled into one of the most contentious environmental issues of his presidency.

Margaret Talev | Bloomberg News
Mike Dorning | Bloomberg News
Mark Drajem | Bloomberg News
November 6, 2015