Global wheat production is expected to be 690M tons, according to the U.N's FAO, a bit less than...
Global wheat production is expected to be 690M tons, according to the U.N's FAO, a bit less than last year, but still the 2nd highest amount on record. Good gains in India are likely to see East Asia matching last year's record level, and even drought in Argentina and Brazil is being offset by increased plantings.
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