Wisconsin exported a record $3.96 billion worth of goods in 2021. Now, the state is on track for another record-setting year.

But on Wednesday, the World Trade Organization predicted a significant slowdown in 2023 — with exports stymied by Russia’s war in Ukraine, high energy prices, inflation and monetary tightening.

Mark Rhoda-Reis is the director of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection’s International Agribusiness Center. He recently joined Wisconsin Public Radio’s “The Morning Show” to talk about the state of Wisconsin’s exports.

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