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U.S. Agriculture Secretary: No need for more farm aid after China trade deal

According to the secretary of U.S. Agriculture, there’s no need for additional aid to American farmers, following the ‘Phase One’ trade deal with China. While speaking at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual convention Monday, Secretary Sonny Perdue said now that Beijing is poised to buy $40 billion worth of agricultural goods, there is no need for more farm aid.