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Large Canadian Crops Anticipated
Mon Aug 19, 2013 05:37 PM CDT

WINNIPEG (Dow Jones) -- Production of Canada's major grain and oilseed crops in 2013 is generally expected to show an improvement from the previous year, but the extent of the increase for each crop will depend on conditions over the latter half of the growing season.

Statistics Canada is scheduled to release its first survey-based production estimates of the crop year on Aug. 21. The survey was conducted in late July, when production was still up in the air. Given the lateness of this year's crops, many analysts said it would be hard to put much stock in the Statistics ...

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