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China cannot be complacent about food security and must guard against crop threats, says agriculture minister

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China must not be optimistic with its food production with the challenges ahead this year, its agriculture and rural minister warned on Friday, despite encouraging wheat production figures in the past year that he described as a “sigh of relief”.“Food production going forward must ‘force five passes and slay six generals’,” said Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Tang Renjian, using a Chinese proverb meaning there was an immense challenge, at a media briefing at the annual meeting of…

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China must not be optimistic with its food production with the challenges ahead this year, its agriculture and rural minister warned on Friday, despite encouraging wheat production figures in the past year that he described as a “sigh of relief”.“Food production going forward must ‘force five passes and slay six generals’,” said Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Tang Renjian, using a Chinese proverb meaning there was an immense challenge, at a media briefing at the annual meeting of…
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