Why This Wheat Cargo Symbolizes Waning U.S. Market DominanceBy and
Argentine vessel departs for North Carolina this week
U.S. will fall to becoming the No. 3 global wheat shipper
The U.S., once the world’s largest wheat exporter, is scheduled to import the grain this month from South America in the latest sign of how the country is losing its domination of the global trade.
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