China Gives The Farm Belt A Hand

American farmers are climbing on the export bandwagon. According to Agriculture Dept. projections, U.S. agricultural exports--aided by a sudden reversal in China's trade patterns--will jump by 11.5% in fiscal 1995, to a record $48.5 billion. As a result, the agricultural trade surplus should hit $20 billion, its highest level since 1982.

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