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Degraded farmland diminishes China's food sufficiency

Japan has been affected by explosive growth in Chinese food imports

Hiroto Kawasaki, a Japanese agricultural expert, is promoting organic circular agriculture in Xinxiang, Henan province. (Photo by Tsukasa Hadano)

BEIJING -- The National People's Congress of China on March 11 adopted Premier Li Keqiang's policy proposal that the government promote food saving to tackle shortages that have become a major national concern.

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