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Exclusive: China plans to boost state reserves with U.S. crops amid coronavirus - sources

Reuters Thursday, 23 April 2020
China is preparing to buy more than 30 million tonnes of crops for state stockpiles to help protect itself from supply chain disruptions due to the coronavirus pandemic and make good on pledges to buy more U.S. crops, three sources told Reuters.
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