Market to Market November 16, 2001 (#2710)
Stories From This Episode
(Nov 16, 2001) Soybean growers are finding ways to add value by capitalizing on the growing market for alternative fuel.
Hunger In America
(Nov 16, 2001) Abundant harvest every year leads much of the world to believe the U.S. is free of problems such as hunger.
WTO Predictions Cast Pall On Global Economic Optomism
(Nov 16, 2001) The World Trade Organization predicts this year's global exchanges will grow by two percent, a number one WTO spokesman claims is too optimistic.
Meeting In Qatar Yields New Round of Negotiations
(Nov 16, 2001) Perhaps the most noteworthy concession of the deal struck in Qatar (KAH-tar) is the willingness of European Union countries to at least reduce their farm subsidies.
Market Analysis: Nov 16, 2001
(Nov 16, 2001) The grain markets finished the week on the upside following last week's good export news.
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