Can China achieve self-sufficiency

Observer 206, June/July 1997
One of the questions raised by analysts of developments in the Chinese economy is whether China, which has about 22% of the world population but only 7% of its agricultural area, will be able to continue feeding its growing population essentially from domestic resources.
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