Policy & Politics
- Five questions to ask when approached about pipeline construction
- Newly formed Ohio State advisory team
- Workers’ comp billing system update, deadlines changing
- Board of Tax Appeals ruling that could affect you, input needed
- Ohio State Fair Land & Living Exhibit -- 2014 Schedule of Events
U.S. Farmers Rank Low on Global Subsidy Scale
Research by Texas Tech Universityâ€™s Economics Research Institute (CERI) shows that all countries, regardless of size, protect their agricultural producers and generally far more than the United States.Â According to CERI, the U.S. falls near the bottom on the use of tariffs. A country-by-country and commodity-by-commodity breakdown of foreign agricultural subsidies and tariffs reveals some of Americaâ€™ biggest competitors in the developing world have much higher tariff protection, while fellow developed nations in the European Union and Japan outpace the U.S. in producer income supports.