U.S. edge hinges on infrastructure

U.S. edge hinges on infrastructure

Study estimates soybean industry could lose $10b in export sales if infrastructure issues are not addressed.

ALTHOUGH the U.S. still dominates on the world soybean market, the U.S. market share of global soybean trade is declining due to a deteriorating infrastructure, according to industry experts.

Stakeholders are warning that this needs to change soon.

A newly released study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) — "Eroding U.S. Soybean Competitiveness & Market Shares: What Is the Road

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