WWJ: Michigan Agri-Business Losing 'Upwards Of $100M' Under Trump Tariffs

DETROIT (WWJ) - The announcement of a $12 billion "short-term" plan to help U.S. farmers hurt by retaliatory tariffs brought on by President Donald Trump's tariffs on imported goods is not being enthusiastically embraced by farmers or agriculture.  

Michigan farmers and pork producers are already being hurt says Michigan Agri-Business Association President Jim Byrum, adding what's needed is a return to a market-driven economy. 

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