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China wheat harvest up, but quality concerns raised after heavy rainfall

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China harvested more wheat this summer due to increased acreage planted and grain yield, the country’s statistics bureau said on Wednesday.Output of summer wheat, which accounts for most of the country’s wheat production, rose by 2 per cent in 2021 from 2020 to 134 million tonnes, the National Statistics Bureau said in a statement on its website.Quality of the new crop in some top growing areas, however, might have been compromised due to bad weather, analysts said.Heavy rainfalls in parts of…

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China harvested more wheat this summer due to increased acreage planted and grain yield, the country’s statistics bureau said on Wednesday.Output of summer wheat, which accounts for most of the country’s wheat production, rose by 2 per cent in 2021 from 2020 to 134 million tonnes, the National Statistics Bureau said in a statement on its website.Quality of the new crop in some top growing areas, however, might have been compromised due to bad weather, analysts said.Heavy rainfalls in parts of…
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