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July 18, 2013
A man eats noodles for lunch at a migrant workers' village in Beijing February 19, 2013. China's wheat...
Beijing, China
A man eats noodles for lunch at a migrant workers' village in Beijing
A man eats noodles for lunch at a migrant workers' village in Beijing February 19, 2013. China's wheat crop has suffered more severely than previously thought from frost in the growing period and rain during the harvest, and import demand to compensate for the damage could see the country eclipse Egypt as the world's top buyer. The wheat crop, hit by frost and rains in China, cannot be milled into flour and most of it will be used to feed animals. Picture taken on February 19, 2013. To match Exclusive CHINA-WHEAT/ REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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