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China will likely import some 15 million tons of grain a year over the next few years, with more than half coming from the United States, said the US Deputy Secretary of Agriculture, Richard Lyng, who just spent 10 days in China. Chinese officials said that was all China could handle through its current port and transport facilities.

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