A SHIPMENT of rice in a warehouse in Manila, Philippines (Photo: IRRI) Historically, a small amount of rice is traded globally compared with other crops such as wheat, corn (maize), and soybeans. However, after remaining stagnant for almost two and a half decades, rice trade expanded in the late 1980s in...
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