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U.S.-China Trade Tensions: What’s at Stake for Central Wisconsin’s Agriculture?

Inaugural East Asia Now series: A panel of national experts on agriculture and China’s economy, along with members of our state’s ag businesses impacted by these trade tensions.

Event Details

Date
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Time
7 p.m.
Location
UW Center for Civic Engagement, James F. Veninga Theater (625 Stewart Avenue, Wausau WI)
Description
Escalating rhetoric on U.S.-China tariffs has resulted in major ramifications for Wisconsin manufacturing and agriculture. Among the many areas impacted by the tariffs are central Wisconsin’s ginseng, dairy, corn and soybean producers – with millions of dollars in lost revenue. This event will feature a panel of national experts on agriculture and China’s economy, along with members of our state’s ag businesses impacted by these trade tensions.
Cost
Free

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