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Day ahead – Jan. 10, 2020: Impossible Foods, US-China signing, NEPA changes, Senate confirmation

Impossible Foods looks to enter Australia, New Zealand markets; Trump says Phase One deal with China to be signed January 15 or shortly thereafter; Administration releases proposed NEPA changes; Senate confirms regulatory nominee

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Impossible Foods is looking to bring its products to consumers in Australia and New Zealand. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump commented on the signing of a Phase One US-China trade deal, the Trump administration rolled out changes to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and the Senate confirmed Paul Ray as administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA).


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