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CREDIT: Daryl Peveto/LUCEO for The Wall Street Journal.Exports 2032..Los Angeles, California, March 1, 2010 - From left, a portrait of Emilio Razo, Daniel Torres and Luis M. Razo at the Los Angeles Harbor Grain Terminal. Demand for U.S. products is spiking in Asia, thanks to a weak dollar and quicker economic recovery. However, decline in U.S. consumption has left exports short of a good exit strategy. In 2009, imports fell 28%. This has created a bottleneck for exports, which need the shipping containers to move product overseas. ...