Hopes are high in Argentina for a strong soybean harvest this year. The country is the world’s third-largest producer of soy, after the U.S. and Brazil. Due to the recent weakness of the local currency the peso some farmers are stockpiling their soy, instead of selling. And that means less income for the government.
Joel Richards has our report.
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