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Chinese wheat farmers expect prices to soar and hoard harvest

COVID and bad weather stoke food security fears despite government assurance

Public concern in China about food security has intensified since June this year amid the coronavirus pandemic and severe flooding.   © Reuters

China's farmers are hoarding more of their wheat harvest this year, as they expect prices to rise in light of severe summer floods and fallout from the coronavirus.

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