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    Zambia's corn supply gap reaches 120000-150000 tons

    • Last Update: 2001-08-02
    • Source: Internet
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    Introduction: Xinhua Finance, Beijing, August 1, according to overseas media reports, Zambia's National Farmers Union (znfu) recently predicted that the country faced a serious shortage of corn, with a gap of 120000-150000 tons The reason is that floods in southern Africa earlier this year have severely damaged their crops According to znfu, the corn shortage is expected to occur in December 2001 and January 2002, with about 2 million Zambians already suffering from the food crisis and 40 out of 73 districts facing corn shortage Earlier this week, Zambia's vice president claimed that the country needed at least 98000 tons of grain to help the countryside through the crisis The Zambian government has launched an appeal for food aid, with two countries providing about $750000 in food aid so far (author:) share to feed Weibo share to:
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