Weakest Monsoon Since 2009 to Shrink India Rice HarvestPratik Parija
The rice harvest in India, the world’s second-biggest producer, is set to drop from an all-time high as the weakest monsoon in three years slows planting, potentially boosting global prices. Futures climbed for the first time in four days.
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