The demand is there, and so is the product. There's just one thing stopping American farmers from making deals with Chinese buyers — the massive trade dispute between their countries.
The Irish border is the final sticking point in the EU-UK Brexit negotiation, with the future of the frontier far from certain. That is causing worry for businesses north and south, as Arthur Sullivan found out.
China's economy has revealed fresh signs of softness as the pace of investment has slowed to a record low. Stable figures for retail spending and production have done little to dispel fears of a cooling in the economy.
Meat would actually cost about triple its current market price if we factored in its environmental impact. Could a "meat tax" cut consumption and help do what needs to be done to fight climate change?
China's trade dispute with the United States is pushing it closer to Japan. It might not be easy, but Tokyo can no longer blindly depend on Washington, says DW's Frank Sieren.
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