Adm: Price Fixers To The World

Robert talks with John MacMillan, an analyst who's been following the Archer Daniels Midland Corporation for Prudential-Bache Securities, about the suit that was brought against the food conglomerate. ADM pled guilty to price fixing in the market for lysine and citric acid, two corn-based products. MacMillan says that the fallout from the case may continue, especially since a parallel case involving the price of corn-based sweeteners was dropped.

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