China’s Grain Harvest May Gain to Record This Year, NDRC Says

Sept. 15 (Bloomberg) -- China may have a record grain harvest of more than 560 million metric tons this year, helping to boost supply and stabilize prices, Zhang Xiaoqiang, Vice Chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission, said at the World Economic Forum meeting in the city of Dalian.

“China may have a bumper harvest for an eighth year after a good harvest of summer grains,” Zhang said. The NDRC is the nation’s top economic planning agency.

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