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IGC Raises Wheat Forecast
Thu Sep 26, 2013 09:41 AM CDT

(Dow Jones) -- Global wheat output during the 2013-14 crop year is forecast to reach 692.6 million tons, up from the prior forecast of 690.6 million tons, the London-based International Grains Council said Thursday citing higher output from the CIS and Europe region

Meanwhile, world corn production for the same period is forecast to hit 943.2 million tons, down from the prior forecast of 945.4 million tons, the International Grains Council said.

(BAS)

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