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China’s industrial automation efforts give hope to struggling industries, but underlying problems persist

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]At his family’s small rice factory in Hunan, Zhou Di has invested more than 200,000 yuan (US,350) over the past three years to arm it with automation, including machines for sorting and packing.“All rice-processing factories I know of have been automated, at least partially. Although my family is located in a rural farming village and with only four people, we’re no exception,” said Zhou, who harvests 100 acres of rice a year, yielding about 100 tonnes of the grain. “My parents are close to…

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At his family’s small rice factory in Hunan, Zhou Di has invested more than 200,000 yuan (US$31,350) over the past three years to arm it with automation, including machines for sorting and packing.“All rice-processing factories I know of have been automated, at least partially. Although my family is located in a rural farming village and with only four people, we’re no exception,” said Zhou, who harvests 100 acres of rice a year, yielding about 100 tonnes of the grain. “My parents are close to…

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