Japan Buys 800,000 Tons Corn From Ukraine as U.S. Substitute

Japan Buys 800,000 Tons Corn From Ukraine as U.S. Substitute

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Japan, which sourced almost 90 percent of its corn last year from the U.S., the biggest exporter, is seeking different options after a drought hurt the U.S. crop, driving annual prices to an all-time high and curbing global food supplies.