Food Prices Rise

In major Chinese cities, grain prices increased by 4.7 percent year on year in November. Prices for top-grade flour rose 7 percent in early December from a month earlier, with soybean oils increasing by about 16 percent, according to official statistics. Yet the Chinese government guaranteed that ample food reserves can feed market needs.
· Strict Watch on Stale Grain Sales
· Stricter Rules on Ethanol Production
· Plans Ensure Adequate Grain Supply
· Call for Grain Supply to Be Maintained
· Premier Eases Grain Price Concerns
· Ample Food Reserves to Feed Market
· Food Prices Rise Prompts Inflation Watch
· Beijing to Stabilize Food Market
· Consumer Price Index – Accurate or Not?
· Chinese Premier: Grain Prices to Remain Stable
· Beijing Food Prices Carry on Rising
· Food Price Rises to Continue
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