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After enduring the virus, severe flooding, drought, and locust plagues... concerns are rising about the country's grain production.
On Friday, state-run media outlet "The Discipline Monitor”, "Discipline Inspection and Supervision News” published an article detailing the country's grain management situation in recent years. Focusing on those that involved corrupt officials.
Such cases appeared every year like clockwork, across the country, and in all levels of agriculture bureaus.
The article discussed the prevalent problems in China grain management.
The main corruption practices include:
Creating fake transactions that don't actually exist...
Artificiality raising the weight of the grain being sold to warehouses. That way, the seller makes a bigger profit off of less product...
And, keeping profits from selling grain from warehouses for themselves, while reporting losses or shortages.