The victory of Mauricio Macri in Argentina's presidential election would appear to mark a sea change in farm policy.
And no commodity will be affected more than wheat.
If the president-elect follows through on promises to lift quotas and export taxes on wheat, Argentina could quickly double shipments and reclaim its traditional spot among the world's top five exports.
It probably won't take to exporting beyond its traditional markets in South America, specifically Brazil, though, analysts say.
For the last eight years, President Cristina Fernandez has stimulated local milling and curbed exports through quotas and a 23% export tax in ...