A worker carries a sack of rice at the National Food Authority warehouse in Quezon City, suburban Manila on July 27, 2010. The Philippines, once the world's largest rice importer, is now overstocked with the grain and will sharply cut its importation, a senior government rice official said. Lito Banayo, recently-appointed head of the government's National Food Authority (NFA), said there had been excess importation of the grain and hinted that corruption may be involved. AFP PHOTO/NOEL CELIS

A worker carries a sack of rice at the National Food Authority warehouse in Quezon City, suburban Manila on July 27, 2010. The Philippines, once the world’s largest rice importer, is now overstocked with the grain and will sharply cut its importation, a senior government rice official said. Lito Banayo, recently-appointed head of the government’s National Food Authority (NFA), said there had been excess importation of the grain and hinted that corruption may be involved. AFP PHOTO/NOEL CELIS

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