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China's southwestern province of Sichuan, is enduring the region’s worst drought since the 1960s.
The worst drought since the early 1960s afflicting the regions along the Yangtze River and the Sichuan basin holds the most peril, because that’s where almost half of the nation’s rice is produced, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. The supply of the staple foodstuff tops the list of China’s anxieties around food security, and the farm ministry has already warned of severe challenges to grain output in the autumn.
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