Everyone in the supply chain has been negatively impacted by the US-China trade war.  The on-and-off negotiations between the two governments have left us all weary. Nevertheless, we remain hopeful.

The latest on the subject is the two sides are scheduled to continue negotiations today.  It is expected the Chinese will resume purchasing US exports, including agricultural products and aircraft, as well as commit to protecting American intellectual property.  Both good things.
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In exchange, the US will not move forward with the October 15th tariff increases on Chinese imports and may cancel the increase scheduled for December 15th.

Let’s keep our fingers crossed.

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