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Ag Review - April 2020

WPI's monthly publication features a review of the past month's market and policy developments. This issue covers the economic downturn and its impact on agriculture demand, what happens as a result of the meat packing plant closures from COVID-19, the shipping problems in Latin America from the water shortages on the Parana River, the Trump Administration’s relationship with agriculture and much more.    

 

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