Demand from developing countries, along with higher farm commodity prices, explains recent U.S. export growth. Foreign demand for wheat, soybeans, cotton, corn and their processed products accounts for about half of U.S. export value. U.S. farm exports to developing countries are now more than double what are exported to developed countries. Purchases by developing countries consistently have been greater than developed countries since 1994.
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