american food ATD and its impact on the Egyptian economy
moustapha, Mohamed samir
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In the early 1950s U.S. Fawners were calling for stockinette to be done with the huge agree-surpluses threatening their incomes, These surpluses represented a terrible dilemma. The farm lobby would not allow the to be put on the do es tic market. And if dumped on the world market, grain prices would drop by a dollar a bushel. U.S. grain corporations were.