Goldman Sachs Research

China Agriculture: Addressing China Food Security - Revolution of Tradition

12 AUG 2022
TOPIC: China

As food supply faces increasing challenges due to cyclical and disruptive factors, and structurally heightened risks from climate change, Goldman Sachs Research analysts view agriculture efficiency as an essential part of the long-term solution for food security. And for China, much can be done in revolutionizing the efficiency as smarter agriculture thrives and changes how grains and animal proteins are produced, for a more self-sufficient and resilient outlook. Goldman Sachs Research analysts map growth opportunities in modern seed breeding, animal health management, advanced feed additives, and precision farming practices that could ultimately drive the reduction of China's import reliance of major agriculture products by more than 80% from the potentially 90mn hectares in arable land equivalent.

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China Agriculture: Addressing China Food Security - Revolution of Tradition

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