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November 25, 1987

The Soviet Union has bought an additional 707,000 metric tons of U.S. wheat at subsidized prices for delivery in 1987-88, the fifth and final year of a long-term grain supply agreement, the Agriculture Department said. The sales, equal to about 25.9 million bushels, were handled by five companies: Louis Dreyfus Corp., 350,000 tons; Cargill Inc., 82,000; Union Equity Cooperative Exchange, 50,000; Artfer Inc., 200,000, and Peavey Co., 25,000.

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