10 February 2011
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao sought Thursday to calm global concerns about the impact of severe droughts on China's grain output and inflation, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The country's supply of grain is basically in balance with demand and reiterating the government's confidence that it can keep prices under control, he said, adding:
"We are confident that we have the ability to promote the stable development of agricultural products, to ensure the effective supply of agricultural products, especially grain, and to maintain the overall basic stability of goods prices"
See the Wall Street Journal's report here.
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