In the first quarter of 1931, the Board of Trade revealed, Great Britain for the first time since the War bought more wheat from Russia than from anywhere else.
Canada maintained her rank as second largest wheat-seller to Britain, but Argentina dropped from first place to third and the U. S. from third place to fifth.
As a matter of fact the volume of U. S. wheat sales to Britain shrank by a spectacular two thirds compared to the corresponding quarter last year.
Did Russia win the wheat race by dumping? Facts speak for themselves:...