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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Tue Dec 17, 2013 04:47 PM CST

At first look at the attached chart, one would think canola exports are well behind the pace required to meet the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada export target of 8 million metric tonnes. The weekly export movement (green bars) exceeds the amount required each week (blue line) to meet the target in only eight of 18 weeks, as measured against the primary vertical axis on the left.

The cumulative data, however, tells a slightly different story, with the red line, or the cumulative volume shipped, moving towards the black line, which represents the steady cumulative volume required to meet the 8 ...

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