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The realities of international trade in today's world In: International monetary and trade rules and Midwest agriculture. Report of Seminar sponsored by M.G. and Johnnye D. Perry Foundation and University of Missouri



The realities of international trade in today's world In: International monetary and trade rules and Midwest agriculture. Report of Seminar sponsored by M.G. and Johnnye D. Perry Foundation and University of Missouri



Special Report, Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station (211): 29-30



Between mid-1972 and mid-1976 US agricultural exports tripled in value and doubled in volume. In 1976-77, their value increased only 6%, and some predictions are for a drop in value of 5 to 10% in 1977-78. If the reduction occurs it will be the first in nine years. This loss in the momentum of continually growing export sales of US farm commodities is partly responsible for the current lower prices for many US crops.

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