China plans new measures to boost grain output

Implementing new measures to increase grain production by 50 million metric tons is one of the key tasks highlighted by the Central Economic Work Conference. As farmers' incomes increase and rural consumption is upgraded, it is estimated that consumer demand will increase by nearly 2 trillion yuan every year. In the next five to 10 years, investment in high-standard farmlands and facility agriculture will reach 15 trillion yuan. Tang Renjian, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, shares some insights on how China plans to achieve these objectives. Take a listen.

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