Commodity Credit Corporation

Definition of "Commodity Credit Corporation"
  1. A government-owned corporation set up in 1933 to aid American farming through price support, foreign sales, and export credit programs for agricultural products
How to use "Commodity Credit Corporation" in a sentence
  1. The Commodity Credit Corporation has implemented new price support programs to boost the agriculture industry.
  2. Farmers often rely on the Commodity Credit Corporation for export credit programs during harvest season.
  3. The Commodity Credit Corporation plays a critical role in promoting foreign sales of American agricultural commodities.

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