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In a recent report, New Chinese Agricultural Policy, Rabobank looks at the impact of policy changes on China’s agriculture sector. According to the report’s author, Chenjun Pan, government plans outlined in late 2013 and early 2014 address some of the challenges and issues that are still urgently in need of further reform. In his column Dirk Jan Kennes argues that China could grow its agricultural sector by taking a similar approach as the Netherlands did in the late 1940s.

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    If you want to get a sense of how China’s agriculture will look in 30 years’ time, my advice is to look at the Netherlands, not at farming giants like the US and Brazil.

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    Report digest

    The development of China's agricultural sector is underpinned by improvements to the policy framework.

  • Report digest

    The production outlook for many of Brazil's most important agricultural crops in 2014 is extremely good, with the possibility of record-breaking levels for some.

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