U.S. Drought May Curtail Mississippi River Grain-Barge ShippingJeff Wilson
Water levels on the Mississippi River may drop to historic lows next month in the Midwest, delaying barges carrying everything from grains and coal to steel and petroleum, after the worst U.S. drought in 56 years.
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