With the world population expected to grow by 40% by 2050, an additional supply of cereals, meat and dairy products would be required. Concerns over the global food supply have increased. Even with the growing urbanization of China and the increase in per capita income, there was additional pressure on the demand for food. However, fixed with farmland and in short supply, the restriction on the supply side was more acute. The problem of food shortages was taken much more seriously in C. .. Read more »

With the world population expected to grow by 40% by 2050, an additional supply of cereals, meat and dairy products would be required. Concerns over the global food supply have increased. Even with the growing urbanization of China and the increase in per capita income, there was additional pressure on the demand for food. However, fixed with farmland and in short supply, the restriction on the supply side was more acute. The problem of food shortage was much more serious in China, as it was taken in other countries around the world, because the Chinese government’s Memories of the Great Famine in China 1958-1961 were still too new to the thing to take lightly .
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Carola Ramon-Berjano,
Marcus Schuetz
Source: University of Hong Kong
15 pages.
Release Date: 10 November 2011. Prod #: HKU963-PDF-ENG
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