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China’s food security requires local Communist Party members to step up, new agricultural minister says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Beijing must hold provincial Communist Party secretaries and governors personally responsible for adequate grain output, the country’s new agricultural minister said this week, calling this “the most important and necessary step” in ensuring China’s food security.The comments serve as the latest sign that Beijing is ramping up its efforts to increase reliance on domestic harvests to feed the nation’s 1.4 billion people.Tang Renjian, the newly installed minister of agricultural and rural affairs…

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Beijing must hold provincial Communist Party secretaries and governors personally responsible for adequate grain output, the country’s new agricultural minister said this week, calling this “the most important and necessary step” in ensuring China’s food security.The comments serve as the latest sign that Beijing is ramping up its efforts to increase reliance on domestic harvests to feed the nation’s 1.4 billion people.Tang Renjian, the newly installed minister of agricultural and rural affairs…

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