China feed industry unlikely to become self-sufficient, Cargill CEO says

June 4 (Reuters) - China's feed grain industry is unlikely to become self-sufficient despite the country's efforts to ramp up domestic production, David MacLennan, chief executive of Cargill Inc said on Friday.

Tightening domestic supplies of feed grains and soaring demand from China's pork producers has triggered record feed grain import purchases this year. (Reporting by Karl Plume in Chicago Editing by Chris Reese)

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