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China urged to be ‘vigilant’ to rising grain prices in battle for food security

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China is under pressure to stabilise grain prices and should roll out more support to counter price volatility in domestic and international markets, state media said in the latest warning on food security.Domestic prices of corn and wheat are high, while rice has fallen below the minimum purchase price, the state-run Economic Daily said in a commentary published on Thursday.High corn prices caused by production shortages could be made worse by continuous rainfall and an unusually cold winter…

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China is under pressure to stabilise grain prices and should roll out more support to counter price volatility in domestic and international markets, state media said in the latest warning on food security.Domestic prices of corn and wheat are high, while rice has fallen below the minimum purchase price, the state-run Economic Daily said in a commentary published on Thursday.High corn prices caused by production shortages could be made worse by continuous rainfall and an unusually cold winter…
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