Happy New Year!!!  Phase I of a trade deal between the US and China was reached.

The deal calls for the Chinese to purchase $50B in US agricultural goods and place protections on intellectual property.

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USMCA, also known as NAFTA 2.0, is set to get congressional approval shortly.

Relative peace in trade is on the horizon. Fingers crossed.

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