The issue of grain security has grown more prominent in China in recent months. Photo: ShutterstockThe issue of grain security has grown more prominent in China in recent months. Photo: Shutterstock
The issue of grain security has grown more prominent in China in recent months. Photo: Shutterstock

China food security concerns prompt rethink of soybean expansion

  • China should leave bulk soybean production to the US and Brazil and instead develop specialist non-genetically modified beans, industry leaders say
  • Soybean imports will continue to play a role in domestic consumption, but limited arable land should be used for strategic crops to maintain food security

Topic |   China economy
The issue of grain security has grown more prominent in China in recent months. Photo: ShutterstockThe issue of grain security has grown more prominent in China in recent months. Photo: Shutterstock
The issue of grain security has grown more prominent in China in recent months. Photo: Shutterstock
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