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 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

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 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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