A turbulent decade for grain trader Louis Dreyfus and its owner

Louis Dreyfus Co (LDC) has launched a sweeping cost-cutting plan in the latest attempt to revive profits at the 168-year-old family-owned firm, one of the world’s largest agricultural commodity merchants.

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