China’s trade war with the US has highlighted the importance of US soybean imports. Photo: ReutersChina’s trade war with the US has highlighted the importance of US soybean imports. Photo: Reuters
China’s trade war with the US has highlighted the importance of US soybean imports. Photo: Reuters

China fears trade conflicts, climate change could pose threat to food security

  • Last month the country’s leadership produced its first report on the issue in 23 years as the trade war with the US and other issues prompted a fresh look at how it can continue to feed its population
  • While the situation is “very sound” at present, policymakers are looking for ways to counter a series of environmental and political risks
Topic |   Food and agriculture
China’s trade war with the US has highlighted the importance of US soybean imports. Photo: ReutersChina’s trade war with the US has highlighted the importance of US soybean imports. Photo: Reuters
China’s trade war with the US has highlighted the importance of US soybean imports. Photo: Reuters
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