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China is willing to share its experiences with African countries in securing food supply and reforming rural sector, Agriculture Minister Han Changfu said. Talking about China-Africa cooperation in food supply and food self-sufficiency, the minister said China has set up agricultural technology promotion centers in 14 African countries … Read more