A Day Of Reckoning Looms For Chinese Agriculture

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Changing climate conditions, higher demand in Asia, and inefficient agricultural practices are likely to cause demand-supply imbalances for agricultural commodities.For China which has extremely inefficient farming practices this means it could take a hit as a net importer of grains.

In a presentation titled Macro Perspective: Hunger & Pride, Waverly Advisors gives an overview of Chinese grain demand and points out that in the long-run Beijing needs to increase crop yields per-acre ratio to build food security.

Thanks to Waverly Advisors for giving us permission to run this presentation.

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