The British Are Coming -- This Time With Cheap Wheat ExportsBy and
North Carolina port says U.K. shipment of 61,000 tons is due
Bumper British harvests, weaker pound, lure feed buyers
The U.S. is about to import the largest wheat cargo from the U.K. in more than two decades as a combination of ample British supply, a weaker pound and rock-bottom freight rates make the unusual trade viable.
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