Floods hamper US Gulf coast grain shipments
Flooding in the US Midwest is slowing the movement of barges to southern ports. And while bad weather hangs over the US, a collapsed bridge in the north of Brazil may lead to further delays
US Gulf loading activity, especially of corn, will be negatively influenced well into June 2019 to the tune of 2m to 4m tonnes, says grain consultancy chief
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