Japan May Boost U.S. Corn Imports Next Quarter Amid Bear Market

Japan May Boost U.S. Corn Imports Next Quarter Amid Bear Market

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An employee looks on as corn is dumped from a dump truck at the Atherton Grain Co. Inc. elevator in Normandy, Illinois. Japan, the largest corn buyer, needs 2.7 million tons of corn next quarter for livestock feed and 1 million tons for food, sweeteners and other purposes.