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Richard Morrison

Richard Morrison is based out of the Informa Economics Washington, D.C. office, where he contributes to IEG Policy and other Informa Economics products and client services. He maintains a keen interest in the intersection of politics and economics, a passion of his since before college.

Since joining Informa, Richard has written extensively on the effect that government policy and market dynamics have on the agriculture and food sectors – in the US and globally. Being a Millennial, Richard leads the Washington news team in monitoring and developing items for social media.

He is a native of rural central Virginia and received his bachelor’s degree in economics from George Mason University.

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Day ahead – Sept. 19, 2019: US-China talks, biofuels meeting, China meat supplies

Another round of deputy-level US-China talks kicks off today in Washington with reports that the two sides are poised to strike an interim deal next month. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump is set to meet today at the White House with refining-state senators on proposed biofuel policy changes and China is releasing additional meat supplies from state reserves.

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