Last updated on October 28, 2020
China's grain output is expected to hit a new record high this year despite the impact of the coronavirus outbreak and typhoons that hit grain-producing regions, said government officials. But analysts expect the country to continue buying grains at a fast pace in the coming months amid market uncertainties.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, rainstorms in southern China in July and August as well as typhoons that hit major grain-producing areas in China . . .
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