China’s purchase of more U.S. farmland has stirred up concerns over national security. The newly purchased land in Grand Forks, North Dakota, is located in proximity to Grand Forks Air Force Base, causing many to question whether this purchase has national security implications.
Foreign countries are facing a ban on farm purchases in the United States after the house committee voted to update the USDA-FDA funding bill.
A panel from the WTO ruled on Tuesday that the tariffs imposed by the United States on more than $200 billion of Chinese products in 2018 was illegal.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture said several people have received “unsolicited packages containing seeds that appear to have originated from China.”