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Rabobank Soft Commodity Note

Rabobank Soft Commodity Note

The just-published Rabobank Soft Commodity Note Record-breaking 2007… Where to from here? The report gives an overview of key factors impacting major soft commodities in 2007 and the outlook for 2008.

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