Inland waterways offer advantage to U.S. agriculture
A new U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) study shows that U.S. farmers enjoy a competitive advantage in global export markets in large part because of the nation’s robust, resilient transportation and infrastructure network that moves corn and soybeans.
Because of its efficiencies and lower costs, the inland waterways system saves between $7 billion...
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