Evolving trends of grain production in China
Grain is Chinaâ€™s most significant agricultural product, its output being the most watched indicator by government officials, traders and researchers inside and outside China. This paper looks into Chinaâ€™s grain production trends in the recent decade, both before and after Chinaâ€™s WTO accession. It examines changes in total grain output, grain crop composition, regional distribution of grain production, and also changes in production technologies and costs. The paper concludes by addressing a number of emerging issues that are likely to affect future grain production in China.
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