Swap Grain For Shares?

The Canadian Wheat Board proposes to speed its privatization ahead of a 2016 cabinet deadline with a grain-for-shares scheme. It would see $5 shares swapped for every tonne of grain delivered in what the board called a buying “opportunity” for farmers. The board was established as a Crown agency in 1935.

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