Grain prices in a post-subsidy world

Suderman, Arlan
November 2011
Farmer;Nov2011, Vol. 129 Issue 11, p101
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the controversy surrounding the proposed reduction of agricultural subsidies amidst the expected increase in prices for grain in 2011 worldwide.


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