Argentina Plans Subsidized Farm Loans to Avoid Corn Output CutBy
Argentina expects 20% corn cut as farmers switch to soybeans
Corn better than soy to absorb rain from El Nino, avoid floods
Argentina will offer subsidized loans to grow corn to bolster the crop during El Nino and counter an expected 20 percent reduction in output, a government official said.
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