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Washington farmers react to China’s announcement to boycott U.S. ag products

Had China’s announcement this week to stop purchasing U.S. agricultural products been the first volley of a trade war, local trade officials would have taken it like a punch to the face. But two years into an off-again- on-again trade war, Washington agriculture officials just kind of shrugged this one off.

Disaster in Japan affects businesses’ supply, demand

Right after the first earthquakes and the tsunami rocked Japan on March 11, Ed Schweitzer and his company managers got on the phone. They began ordering electronic components needed by Pullman-based Schweitzer Engineering Labs and shipping them to the company’s Palouse warehouses. The privately held company, started by Schweitzer and now employing more than 2,500 people worldwide, makes products used by power utilities to ensure and protect against blackouts and power disruptions.