USA - USDA revises Ag export forecast

The government hiked its outlook for 2010 U.S. agricultural exports to $104.5 billion, the second-highest level ever, amid stronger than expected demand from China and other Asian countries.
Tuesday 1 June 2010 (7 years 10 months 23 days ago)
The government hiked its outlook for 2010 U.S. agricultural exports to $104.5 billion, the second-highest level ever, amid stronger than expected demand from China and other Asian countries.

For pork, estimated exports were reduced $100 million to $4.1 billion, with tighter U.S. supplies limiting U.S. shipments, the USDA said. The revised pork export estimate is still up 12 percent from the $3.65 billion shipped in 2009.

http://www.fas.usda.gov/cmp/outlook/2010/May-10/May2010_fullreport.pdf

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