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Unformatted text preview: 86 88 90 92 94 96 Source: United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, FAOSTAT database. Economic Research Service/USDA 98 China maintains its high level of food production by double- and triple-cropping and applying large quantities of fertilizer and labor to its limited land base. China’s Food and Agriculture: Issues for the 21st Century / AIB-775 7 : Primary energy | The Economist Search Page 1 of 4 Welcome My account Log out Economist.com Manage my newsletters Sunday December 27th 2009 Site feedback Home This week's print edition Daily news analysis Opinion All opinion Leaders Letters to the Editor Blogs Economic and Financial Indicators Columns KAL's cartoons Comment (1) Recommend (19) Correspondent's diary Primary energy E-mail Economist debates Nov 12th 2009 Share From The Economist print edition Print World politics All world politics Politics this week United States The Americas Asia Middle East and Africa Europe Britain Special reports Business and finance All business and finance Business this week Economics focus Management Economics A-Z Business education All business education Which MBA? According to the International Energy Agency,...
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