France Poised to Beat U.S. in Wheat Exports After Drought

U.S. farmers set to lose their advantage over French growers in export markets after worst Midwest drought in more than a decade.

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U.S. farmers, the biggest wheat shippers, are poised to lose their advantage over French growers in export markets after the worst Midwest drought in more than a decade wilted grain crops and drove prices to a 10-month high, reports Bloomberg.