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China's Expanding Role in Global Horticultural Markets

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  • Rae, Allan N.
  • Zhong, Funing
  • Zhou, Yingheng
  • Geng, Xianhui

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China's horticultural exports have almost doubled in value over the past decade, her imports have increased by even more, and China is increasingly a net exporter of horticultural products. After adjusting trade data for irregularities in the reported trade between Hong Kong and mainland China, growth in China's exports and imports is discussed. Major traded products and markets will be identified. Case studies are China's trade in fresh apples, which have become the major fruit export, and in cut flowers which are a relatively new export product for China. China's competitive position and market shares relative to other suppliers of apples and cut flowers to foreign markets are examined.

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  • Rae, Allan N. & Zhong, Funing & Zhou, Yingheng & Geng, Xianhui, 2006. "China's Expanding Role in Global Horticultural Markets," 2006 Conference, August 24-25, 2006, Nelson, New Zealand 31963, New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society.
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    1. Hawkes, Corinna & Friel, Sharon & Lobstein, Tim & Lang, Tim, 2012. "Linking agricultural policies with obesity and noncommunicable diseases: A new perspective for a globalising world," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 37(3), pages 343-353.
    2. Thornsbury, Suzanne & Woods, Mollie, 2007. "Background Information on the Chinese Fruit Sector," Staff Papers 9308, Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics.

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