CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 10, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Record corn harvest this year noted; expected USSR grain imports mentioned.
(Tipton, Iowa: Jane Bryant Quinn) Implications for American farmer of declining grain exports examined; scenes shown. [Exporter Marty COLGAN - describes farmers' surplus.] Amt. of United States farming targeted for export and declining grain import needs of Third World ntns. such as India and China (PR) discussed. Politically based famines mentioned; Sudan cited as example [Econ. John URBANCHUK - notes United States technology has improved world's grain production.] [FARMER - agrees.]
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