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Map of World’s Grain Trade May 31, 2008

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The Global Grain Trade: The Haves and Have-nots – washingtonpost.com
North America helps feed the world, supplying about half of global grain exports. People in developing countries spend up to 80 percent of their money on food. So when food prices rise sharply, partially a result of supply changes in North America and other grain-producing countries, the world’s poor feel it most – and right in the gut. Click on picture to enlarge

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