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Why China will boost world food prices

Overview

After eight good grain harvests – and another one forecast for this year - Chinese leaders are worrying that their meteorological luck will not last for ever. Their failure to come to grips with structural weaknesses in farming makes the country vulnerable to the weather at a time when food supply is a vital element in maintaining social stability and controlling inflation. China’s growth rate will fall this summer, but we believe it will recover in the later part of the year as...

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