A new outlook report from China’s ministry of agriculture and rural affairs highlights a move to self-sufficiency. This report says China plans to grow over 88 percent of its grain within the next ten years. That compares to the current level of 82 percent. Corn, soybeans, wheat and rice are part of this food security plan.
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