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Experts interpret Xi Jinping’s “rice bowl” dilemma in 2022

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[New Tang Dynasty News, Beijing, January 6, 2022]The Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping recently proposed that “Chinese food must be installed in the rice bowl of the Chinese.” But experts believe that Xi’s “rice bowl” is difficult to hold fast. The Chinese economy will encounter many difficulties in 2022.

At the CPC Central Committee’s Rural Work Conference held in Beijing from December 25 to 26, 2021, Xi Jinping proposed that the Chinese people’s rice bowl must be firmly held in their own hands at all times, and that “the rice bowl mainly contains Chinese food”.

In fact, this is not the first time that Xi Jinping has raised the issue of rice bowls and food. At the economic meeting on December 8, Xi Jinping said, “In the past, it was the transfer of grain from the south to the north, but now it is the transfer of grain from the north to the south. There are a lot of fertile fields in some places. If you don’t grow food, you will either build a farm or grow flowers and fruits. What about the food?”

Xi Jinping said that food security is of great importance to national security, and we must take our jobs in our own hands. “We must never let others get our necks caught on the basic survival issue of eating.”

Experts believe that Xi Jinping has repeatedly expressed concerns about food security on different occasions, showing that the CCP has realized the crisis brought about by food shortages. But the rice bowl that Xi said is hard to hold fast.

Zhou Qing, a German-based writer who published “What Food for the People: A Survey of China’s Food Safety Status”, told VOA that China’s food has long been dependent on imports. What happened.

Although the Chinese Communist Party’s official media described China’s grain harvest for “18 consecutive years,” the “2020 China Agricultural Product Processing Industry Economic Operation Report” of the Rural Industry Development Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs showed that China’s grain imports hit a new high in 2020, and there are many projects. Even showing double growth.

According to the report, China’s grain imports in 2020 will total 142.621 million tons, an increase of 31.175 million tons over the same period last year, an increase of 28.0%. Among the three major staple foods, the import volume of corn and wheat all increased explosively. Corn import volume reached 11.296 million tons, a year-on-year increase of 135.6%; wheat imported 8.17 million tons, a year-on-year increase of 154.8%; rice imports were basically the same, with exports year-on-year A decrease of 16.1%.

Zhou Qing said that when the CCP emphasized a certain problem, it represented that the problem was developing in the opposite direction and a bigger problem was developed. This is a time-tested rule, just like the “CD Operation” asking everyone not to waste food, but the actual situation may be. On the contrary, it is simply the lack of food. This is the secret behind the CCP’s creation of a glorious and economical social atmosphere.

At the Central Economic Work Conference that ended on December 10, 2021, the authorities mentioned 25 “stability” in a press release; at the Central Rural Work Conference that closed on December 26, the authorities proposed that the “three rural issues” should be stabilized in 2022. “Basically, agricultural production must firmly adhere to the two bottom lines of “guaranteeing national food security” and “no large-scale return to poverty”.

In response to this, Tang Hao, a senior media person, recently analyzed in the “Crossroads” program that the Chinese Communist Party requires that next year’s economic development be “stabilized” to maintain economic stability and overall social stability. This shows that China‘s economy will be highly unstable in 2022, and the CCP will face many difficulties.

These predicaments include: 1. Unemployment problems are increasing; 2. The “inner loop” of the supply chain is likely to be paralyzed; 3. Prices are soaring and incomes decline, and people reduce consumption; 4. Government debt is heavy and it is difficult to pay wages; 5. Affluent companies have high operational risks; six, lack of electricity, labor, core, and technology; seven, economic data report high risk of misjudgment.

(Editor in charge: Wen Hui)

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