Reuters offered insight into how Indiaâ€™s country-wide lockdown, introduced in late March to stem the spread of the new coronavirus, has led to a labor shortage across rural regions, crimping its biggest-ever wheat harvest and preventing the bagging and movement of the $26 billion worth of crops. The lockdown has severely hit India’s more than 7,000 wholesale food markets, which are the only channel for getting food supplies to India’s 1.3 billion inhabitants.
Reuters offers insight on how India’s farmers gathering record wheat crop, but cannot move it
14 May 2020, 12:00 am. 1 minute
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