5 edition of Chinese Grain Economy and Policy (Cabi Publishing) found in the catalog.
February 20, 1996
Written in English
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In the last 60 years, grain production in China has increased fivefold (Li et al. ) and 57% of this increase is related to the use of fertilizers. Today, China is the largest producer and. In China, higher inflation constrains policy makers, and as recent history has shown, can produce a very testy political environment.
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It analyses two different development periods: Mao's period and the reforming post-Mao by: In the s, China was a net exporter of grain, especially of rice. This position, however, changed drastically from the early s when China became a net grain importer.
In the s, average net imports were more than 9million tonnes per year, making China a major player in the world food system, and its grain trade policy has inevitably become a topic of considerable academic and political by: 1.
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the unique institutional framework surrounding China's grain economy, the changing pattern of China's grain trade since the s can be largely explained by its special linkage to the domestic grain sector. The analysis provides an useful insight into the current difficulties faced by China's grain trade policy and therefore its future Size: 87KB.
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Carter Persistent high food prices have drawn renewed attention to the role of China in world food markets. There is concern that China will be unable to keep expanding its food supply to meet growing demand for meat, becoming more dependent on world food markets and driving.The grain rationing system was imposed by the People's Republic of China in the s to control the production of food and to boost industrialization.
People were given grain coupons with which they could buy a certain amount of grain at a low, state-imposed price. it .