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Export shares rising for many agricultural commodities, but declining for corn and wheat

Export markets have generally become more important for U.S. agricultural commodities over the past two decades, spurred by growing demand, particularly in developing countries. However, U.S. corn exports have fallen as more corn has been used to produce ethanol. U.S. wheat exports also have fallen as competition has increased from countries in the Black Sea region, particularly Russia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine.

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