Washington state agriculture department Director Derek Sandison says withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership opens the door for China to step into the Pacific Rim trading arena, potentially squeezing the United States out.
Washington state agriculture department Director Derek Sandison says withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership opens the door for China to step into the Pacific Rim trading arena, potentially squeezing the United States out. File Tri-City Herald
Washington state agriculture department Director Derek Sandison says withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership opens the door for China to step into the Pacific Rim trading arena, potentially squeezing the United States out. File Tri-City Herald

Washington’s ag industry doing well, but concern looms over Trump’s trade policies

March 01, 2017 2:03 PM