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The First Victims of a New Trade War

U.S. farmers’ pain could be the tip of the iceberg if trade tensions escalate.
China says it will place a 179% import charge on U.S. sorghum (shown here).

KEVIN SCOTT, a fourth-generation North Dakota farmer, had high hopes for

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