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IEG Policy's March Top 10: China food tariffs, Farm Bill fracas, one year to Brexit

March saw China retaliate against US metal tariffs by targeting US agri-food products, the passage of the Farm Bill suffer a setback in the House Ag committee, and also marked the final year of the UK’s membership of the EU.

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