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Market to Market November 30, 2012 (#3814)


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Farm exports are predicted to rise next year, boosting America’s agricultural trade surplus. The Justice Department halts anti-trust investigations involving a major seed producer. Prospects for sweeping tax reforms rekindle conversations on the “Death Tax.” Market analysis with Don Roose. (27:45)

Tags: agriculture anti-trust laws Death Tax Don Roose exports farming farms Justice Dept. markets tax reform trade surplus

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