What issues did delegates from Canada, Mexico, and U.S. put forward at this year’s NASDA Tri-National Accord?

Ag leaders from North America made progress this week on trade and development issues. They gathered in Canada for NASDA’s Tri-National Accord.

Here, senior state officials from the three nations meet to discuss issues affecting agriculture in each country, and how they can all help each other succeed. Delegates at this year’s conference focused on rural development, improving supply chains, and ensuring producers have access to the latest innovation and technology.

They also discussed the importance of science-based decisions, likely a nod to Mexico’s recent push to ban biotech corn.

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