For most of the past 20 years, China was a net exporter of corn due to strong government-level commitment to self-sufficiency in grain production and relatively robust annual production growth rates that generally exceeded the growth rates in domestic demand. For most of the past 20 years, China was a net exporter of corn due to strong government-level commitment to self-sufficiency in grain production and relatively robust annual production growth rates that generally exceeded the growth rates in domestic demand.
For most of the past 20 years, China was a net exporter of corn due to strong government-level commitment to self-sufficiency in grain production and relatively robust annual production growth rates that generally exceeded the growth rates in domestic demand.

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For most of the past 20 years, China was a net exporter of corn due to strong government-level commitment to self-sufficiency in grain production and relatively robust annual production growth rates that generally exceeded the growth rates in domestic demand. For most of the past 20 years, China was a net exporter of corn due to strong government-level commitment to self-sufficiency in grain production and relatively robust annual production growth rates that generally exceeded the growth rates in domestic demand.
For most of the past 20 years, China was a net exporter of corn due to strong government-level commitment to self-sufficiency in grain production and relatively robust annual production growth rates that generally exceeded the growth rates in domestic demand.
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