India: Cornucopia Limited

The U.S. announced last week that it will ship 900,000 tons of wheat and sorghum to India, to relieve the agonies of that country's second straight year of drought. The emergency allotment will serve to dispel reports that President Johnson has delayed new food outlays because of a fit of personal pique over Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's speeches against U.S. policy in Viet Nam. It will assure the eastward flow of food along the so-called "bridge of boats" until March and feed millions in the northern state of Bihar and other places where the rice crop has been a...

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