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Half A Million Farms Have Received Federal Aid Amid China Trade War

Newsy Thursday, 23 May 2019
Half A Million Farms Have Received Federal Aid Amid China Trade WarWatch Video U.S. taxpayers will spend another $16 billion to relieve farmers impacted by the trade war with China, the USDA announced Thursday. 

That aid is in addition to billions of dollars already given to farmers suffering losses from tariffs imposed by China and other countries on soybeans and other crops.

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Records from the USDA show more than $7.7 billion in aid has been paid out to offset farmers&apos; losses from the trade dispute with China.

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