U.S. Drought Set to Cut World Corn Supply by 60 Million TonsLuzi Ann Javier and Susan Li
The global corn market may see 60 million metric tons “disappearing” as drought cuts the U.S. harvest, said Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd.
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