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Combines harvest soybeans at the Morro Azul farm near Tangara da Serra, Brazil. Rising supply from Brazil will intensify competition among exporters, potentially hurting demand for the oilseed grown in the U.S.

Photographer: Paulo Fridman/Bloomberg

Combines harvest soybeans at the Morro Azul farm near Tangara da Serra, Brazil. Rising supply from Brazil will intensify competition among exporters, potentially hurting demand for the oilseed grown in the U.S.
October 31, 2012
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