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Down on the Farm: Agriculture in China Today

Over the past two decades, China’s urban population growth has been higher than in the rest Asia or the.

by Tom Nunlist | Feb. 6 2017

China’s Food Imports: Hunger Games?

Until recently, China had largely fed itself. Yet now the tables have turned, transforming China into the largest food importer.

by Douglas Bulloch | Oct. 19 2015

Agriculture in China: Down on the Farm

Agriculture in China is still primitive and needs to be modernized quickly. But whose responsibility is that? Wang Liang is.

by Matthew Fulco | Jun. 5 2014

CKGSB Magazine March 2014: The Digital Takeover – Internet Finance versus Traditional Banks

You are invited to download the March 2014 issue of CKGSB Magazine. You’ll enjoy articles and interviews like: COVER.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Apr. 1 2014

Bioenergy in China: Can China Learn from Germany’s Experience?

Germany’s experiment with bioenergy villages shows that alternative energy sources can spur rural value creation. This has lessons.

by Christoph Burger and Jens Weinmann | Mar. 10 2014

Genetically Modified Food: A Clockwork Tomato

Will political and public opposition to genetically modified food stop China’s market from developing? It’s the Cold War.

by Don Weinland | Feb. 18 2014

Food Security: Serving China’s Dinner

With “food security” becoming a buzzword in China’s poliburo, where does the country turn for its.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Feb. 4 2014

Agricultural Productivity: Fields of Dreams?

As agricultural productivity grows, rural life continues to evolve. Factories, skyscrapers, airports–picture modernity and chances are you’ll think.

by Bennett Voyles | Nov. 26 2013

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