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November 30, 2021

Ag Allies: Latest Developments in Trade

What you need to know to inform your current agribusiness strategy

North Carolina growers, retailers, and manufacturers have all been directly impacted by trade in recent years. The next session in NC Chamber’s Ag Allies series will feature commodity trade leaders who will discuss past trade deals with China and other countries, ongoing issues in trade, and how this will impact the future of our state’s agriculture and agribusiness sector. Join us on Nov. 30 for an interactive webinar: “Ag Allies: Latest Developments in Trade” to gain insight into international trade topics, including market data, pricing trends, and supply chain challenges pertaining to tobacco, pork, and other commodities.

Attendees will have an opportunity to address questions directly impacting their operations with present subject-matter experts.


  • Dalton Henry, Vice President – Policy, U.S. Wheat Associates
  • Christine McCracken, Executive Director, Rabobank
  • Herbert Weatherford, Senior Vice President, Global Business Relationship Management, Alliance One International
  • Moderator: Ray Starling, General Counsel, President of the NC Chamber Legal Institute

Protecting two of our state’s greatest economic engines: Farmers and Agribusinesses

Join Ag Allies, a coalition of businesses that work tirelessly to champion the needs our state’s top industry. Sign up below to receive exclusive updates on pressing agribusiness issues and developments; invitations to calls, webinars, and meetings with state and federal policymakers; and the opportunity to shape the regulatory landscape through collaboration with our Government Affairs team.

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