Drought leaves US crops in a poor state

G20 leaders to use corn and soya bean figures to decide if joint action is needed to stop price rise.

    The US has released a much-awaited report into the state of the country's corn and soya bean crops.

    G20 leaders will use the figures to decide whether or not joint action is needed to stop the price of food from rising worldwide.

    Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Brookston, Indiana, in the Midwest.


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