Increases In Demand For Food In China And Implications For World Agricultural Trade
China is experiencing rapid economic growth, resulting in increased demand for food. Estimates are made of Chinese production and consumption of rice, wheat, corn, and soybeans to the year 2005. Results indicate that China will become a large net importer especially of wheat, corn, and soybeans. China's grain shipping and handling industries will need to be expanded to handle the increased imports. Note: Figures are not included in the machine readable copy--contact the authors for more information.
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