With the strength of the U.S. dollar continuing to weigh fairly heavily on agricultural exports, the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) made this issue the focus of a panel discussion at the USMEF board of directors meeting last week in St. Louis, Mo.
Michael Drury, chief economist for Memphis, Tenn.-based McVean Trading, provided a brief history on how the currencies of so many trading partners and competitors became so weak relative to the U.S. dollar. He said a key factor was t
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