China is importing more food and leasing overseas farmland to meet growing demand as its arable land shrinks, partly due to urbanisation and pollution. Photo: Edward Wong

China tries to improve running of strategic food and energy reserves

Move to set up a central grain administration is a bid to cut bureaucracy and overlaps in management of stockpiles

Topic |   China's Two Sessions 2018

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China is importing more food and leasing overseas farmland to meet growing demand as its arable land shrinks, partly due to urbanisation and pollution. Photo: Edward Wong
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Kinling Lo

Kinling Lo

Kinling Lo is a China reporter covering diplomacy and society news for the Post. She joined the team in 2016 as a cadet reporter.