The future of China’s agricultural policy
China’s changing agriculture policy moving towards supplying more produce, and the revitalisation of rural areas is expected to provide opportunities and challenges for exporters.
A study has found our biggest trade partner is looking to increase its grain and milk production.
Rural reporter, Eddie Summerfield caught up with Acting ABARES Executive Director, Peter Gooday who says China is looking to follow the western civilisation lead.
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