Will Worldwide Corn Prices Decline Thanks To Argentina’s Bumper Crop?
January 7, 2010 /EIN PRESSWIRE/ Thanks to spring rains, Argentina is in line to harvest a record corn crop this season, with a yield of 17 million metric tons – including more than 1.5 million extra tons available for export.
How will this bumper crop from the number-two corn-producing nation in the world affect the price of corn in the coming months and how will so much available corn affect the exports and import policies of governments?
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