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China’s corn-supply concerns grow after three typhoons flatten crops in main northeastern grain region

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Concerns are mounting over the sufficiency of China’s grain supply after three typhoons hit the country’s main corn-growing region in quick succession over the past two weeks, flattening crops and pushing corn prices to their highest level in five years.The full extent of the storms’ impact on this year’s corn harvest is not yet known, but some analysts say the natural disasters in the northeastern corn region could lead to a drop in output in Heilongjiang and Jilin – two major corn-producing…

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Concerns are mounting over the sufficiency of China’s grain supply after three typhoons hit the country’s main corn-growing region in quick succession over the past two weeks, flattening crops and pushing corn prices to their highest level in five years.The full extent of the storms’ impact on this year’s corn harvest is not yet known, but some analysts say the natural disasters in the northeastern corn region could lead to a drop in output in Heilongjiang and Jilin – two major corn-producing…

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