Upcoming industry report expected to show that US corn exports to China have dropped 85% to 171,000 tons since January at cost of US$427M to grain companies

Nevin Barich

Nevin Barich

Apr 14, 2014 – Wall Street Journal

NEW YORK , April 13, 2014 () – National Grain and Feed Assn report is expected to show that US corn exports to China have dropped 85% to just 171,000 tons since January at cost to US grain companies of $427 million; China said it detected that some corn contained genetic modification developed by Syngenta; graphs; photo (M)

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