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UPDATE 1-China's corn output to fall after typhoons flatten crops, damage quality

16 Sep 2020

* Impact on corn output, quality to be felt long term - analysts

China's corn output to fall after typhoons flatten crops, damage quality

16 Sep 2020

* Impact on corn output, quality to be felt long term - analysts

China suspends barley imports from Australia's largest grain exporter

02 Sep 2020

BEIJING/SYDNEY China said on Tuesday it had suspended barley imports from Australia's largest grain exporter, a ruling that threatens to inflame bilateral tensions.

China's looming corn shortage fans food security unease

02 Sep 2020

BEIJING Soaring corn prices are stoking food security jitters in China, where food inflation has climbed to the highest in over a decade and President Xi Jinping made a recent high-profile plea for an end to wastage.

RPT-UPDATE 3-China suspends barley imports from Australia's largest grain exporter

01 Sep 2020

BEIJING/SYDNEY, Sept 1 China said on Tuesday it had suspended barley imports from Australia's largest grain exporter, a ruling that threatens to inflame bilateral tensions.

UPDATE 3-China suspends barley imports from Australia's largest grain exporter

01 Sep 2020

* Ban comes as Australia-China relationship sours (Adds statement from CBH Group)

China says no need for panic buying of food and oil

26 Aug 2020

BEIJING China's food supplies remain stable and consumers should not be "overly anxious" or even resort to "panic buying", a senior agriculture ministry official said on Wednesday, following recent uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

China's chicken production continues to surge, reducing appetite for imports

17 Aug 2020

BEIJING China's chicken producers are pushing ahead with aggressive expansion plans despite a slump in demand due to the coronavirus, reducing reliance on imports amid recent fears about the safety of foreign meat.

China's chicken production continues to surge, reducing appetite for imports

17 Aug 2020

BEIJING, Aug 17 China's chicken producers are pushing ahead with aggressive expansion plans despite a slump in demand due to the coronavirus, reducing reliance on imports amid recent fears about the safety of foreign meat.

CORRECTED-China crushers to crank up U.S. soy purchases in fourth quarter - traders

10 Aug 2020

BEIJING/SINGAPORE, Aug 10 Chinese importers will crank up their purchases of soybeans from the United States in the fourth quarter to meet healthy livestock demand, making the most of the start of the U.S. harvest season after existing Brazilian supply mostly dried up.

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