In its next five-year plan, China is said to bump its massive state reserves of crude, strategic metals and farm goods, Bloomberg reports, citing officials familiar with the matter.
China is looking to ensure stockpiles are plentiful enough to withstand supply disruptions that could cripple its economy, the officials added.
This comes after Beijing reported last week that it is planning a sweeping set of policy changes to its 3rd generation semiconductor industry for the next five years through to 2025.
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