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China food security: Beijing calls for biotech breakthrough to improve seed industry

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Some 3,000 years after Chinese farmers domesticated soybeans, the government is calling for another biotechnology breakthrough in the seed industry to improve food security.Concerns about food supply have heightened in China this year amid reports of grain shortages and a call from President Xi Jinping to cut back on “shocking” food waste.Disruptions to food supply chains due to the coronavirus pandemic and China’s reliance on imported soybeans, including from geopolitical rival the United…

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Some 3,000 years after Chinese farmers domesticated soybeans, the government is calling for another biotechnology breakthrough in the seed industry to improve food security.Concerns about food supply have heightened in China this year amid reports of grain shortages and a call from President Xi Jinping to cut back on “shocking” food waste.Disruptions to food supply chains due to the coronavirus pandemic and China’s reliance on imported soybeans, including from geopolitical rival the United…

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