In an effort to mitigate grain shortages and to shrink the income gap between rural and urban citizens, Beijing will implement a US$665m agricultural subsidy package this year to encourage more grain production, state media reported, citing China's vice finance minister. Last year, farming income grew 6.8% and grain production rose 9%.
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