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Global grain supply system shifting out of US

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A worker walks through soybean plants in a farm in the city of Primavera do Leste in the central Brazilian state of Mato Grosso.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- The contested arena for major grain companies is shifting from the U.S. to South America and former republics of the Soviet Union, with companies that have strength in collecting and selling grains in Brazil and Ukraine seeing earnings increase. Powerhouses in the industry are under pressure to review their strategies as the global grain supply system changes.

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