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CHINA-DROUGHT/
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February 05, 2009 
A shepherd watches over his flock of goats and sheep on a drought-ridden field near the village of Houyan,... 
Beijing, China 
A shepherd watches over his flock of goats and sheep on a drought-ridden field near the village of Houyan,... 
A shepherd watches over his flock of goats and sheep on a drought-ridden field near the village of Houyan, located around 400 kilometres (248 miles) south of Beijing February 5, 2009. China has declared an emergency over a drought which could devastate crops and farmers' incomes, official media said on Thursday, threatening further hardship amid slumping economic growth. The drought gripping parts of central and northern China has sent Zhengzhou wheat futures prices up 5 percent this week but physical prices have not moved, with most investors confident the country's reserves and last year's big harvest can offset any fall in wheat production this spring. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) 
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