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22 November. 2016 Soybean Exports Still High, but Falling Sharply

By Ian Shepherdson

Surging soybean exports contributed 0.9 percentage points, gross, to third quarter GDP growth, though the BEA said that this was "mostly" offset by falling inventories of wholesale non-durable goods.

Posted: 21st Nov 2016 in 'U.S. Documents'

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