Brazil and U.S. meet on cotton case
The Brazilian and U.S. governments met on Friday, May 23, in Washington to discuss resolution of the cotton case that Brazil won against the old U.S. cotton program and how the farm bill affects it, the Agriculture Department confirmed today.
The discussions will be led by Agriculture Deputy Undersecretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services Darci Vetter, a lobbyist for Brazilian cotton interests told The Hagstrom Report.
A USDA spokeswoman noted that USTR would also be involved in the discussions. F
–The Hagstrom Report