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As a major importer of the world's grains, China's dependence on grain imports continues to increase. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 at the end of 2019, agricultural production has been severely hindered, and many international ports have been affected. At the beginning of 2022, the world's two major granaries, conflicts between Russia and Ukraine, rising food prices, and blockades of multiple ports. These events have had a severe impact on the global grain trade pattern and exacerbated the uncertainty and complexity of China's future grain trade pattern.To learn more, click here