Climate change may force India to import corn

Press Trust of India: Scientists have claimed that India and China, Asia''s largest corn producers will experience severe dry conditions due to climate change, prompting them to import corn from Tanzania which would face comparatively wet weather. Researchers from Stanford University, the World Bank and Purdue University found that in the years countries such as India, China and the US are forecast to experience severe dry conditions, Tanzania''s weather will likely be comparatively wet. The African country better......

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