Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Sat Jan 19, 2013 03:31 PM CST

As the plane took off from Toronto, the next stop for me was Asia. Last Monday I boarded the largest passenger jet in the world, the Airbus A380, and once again set out for Bangladesh, my fifth trip there in the last 20 years. It still amazes me that in our modern world you can get on a jetliner and be seemingly a million miles away a day later.

After a stop in Dubai, I headed out to Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, the next morning. It was four years ago I was last there. Squarely situated between China, India ...

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