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Crop trader Bunge open to leading industry consolidation as profits slide

May 3, 2017
Food & Drink

Bunge, one of the world’s leading grain traders, has opened the door to a large-scale merger in its sector after acknowledging a “structural” shift in agricultural commodities markets threatened to persistently depress profit margins.

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By Gregory Meyer

Source: Financial Times

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