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'Tough quarter' for Cargill as profits fall 66 percent

Minnesota's privately held food giant blames the losses on uncertainties in the global economy and a volatile market for commodities.
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Minnesota's privately held food giant blames the losses on uncertainties in the global economy and a volatile market for commodities.

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