Trump immigration crackdown has "serious implications" for US dairy milk industry

Shepherd, John
March 2017
Aroq - Just-Food.com (Global News);3/24/2017, p1
Market Research Report
The article focuses on the impact of an executive order signed by the U.S. President Donald Trump restricting the immigration policy, on the U.S. dairy milk industry. Topics discussed include impact of immigration crackdown on the loss of foreign-born undocumented workers and U.S. economy; views of non-profit organization National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) on the executive order which is identifying and removing convicted criminals; and labour challenge on American dairy farms.


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