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Amber Waves : China's Food Export Growth Is Constrained: Issue June 2008

By Usda- Economic Research Service

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Book Id: WPLBN0002111633
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File Size: 9.9 MB
Reproduction Date: 2008

Title: Amber Waves : China's Food Export Growth Is Constrained: Issue June 2008  
Author: Usda- Economic Research Service
Volume: 8-Jun
Language: English
Subject: Agriculture, Rural Systems, Economics
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Amber Waves Journal Collection
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Publication Date:
2008
Publisher: Us Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service

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Research Service, U. E. (2008). Amber Waves : China's Food Export Growth Is Constrained. Retrieved from http://worldjournal.org/


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Description: Feature articles in the June 2008 issue include ... Who Will China Feed?; Food Stamps and Obesity: What We Know and What It Means; World Trade Organization and Globalization Help Facilitate Growth in Agricultural Trade; Defining the “Rural” in Rural America. Other articles cover such topics as Marketing Loans Induced Acreage Expansion in U.S. Dry Peas; ERS and Collaborators Model Foot-and-Mouth Disease Outbreaks; Lower Income Households Spend Additional Income on Foods Other Than Fruits and Vegetables; Almonds Lead Increase in Tree Nut Consumption; Pest Problems Abroad May Affect Compliance with U.S. Safeguards; Soil Conservation Preserves Reservoir Benefits Nationwide; A Look at the Economic Well-being of Farm Households; Farm Size Behind Regional Differences in Hog Output and Productivity. Also includes selected statistics on agriculture and trade, diet and health, natural resources, farm households, and rural America.

Summary
Summary: Amber Waves: The Economics of Food, Farming, Natural Resources and Rural America

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Feature Articles Who Will China Feed? Food Stamps and Obesity: What We Know and What It Means World Trade Organization and Globalization Help Facilitate Growth in Agricultural Trade Defining the “Rural” in Rural America Findings Market and Trade Marketing Loans Induced Acreage Expansion in U.S. Dry Peas ERS and Collaborators Model Foot-and-Mouth Disease Outbreaks Diet and Health Lower Income Households Spend Additional Income on Foods Other Than Fruit and Vegetables Almonds Lead Increase in Tree Nut Consumption Resources and Environment Pest Problems Abroad May Affect Compliance With U.S. Safeguards Soil Conservation Preserves Reservoir Benefits Nationwide Farms, Firms, and Households A Look at the Economic Well-Being of Farm Households Farm Size Behind Regional Differences in Hog Output and Productivity Statistics Data Feature How Much Time Do Americans Spend Eating? Indicators Indicators June-08 Research Areas Nonmetro poverty is more concentrated in the South and Southwest Nonmetro poverty rates higher than metro

 
 


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