Crop Farming in China Edition (1) – Executive summary

The Executive Summary is extracted from Kcomber’s report Crop Farming in China, which was finished on 31 May, 2016.

Crop farming plays a critical role in national economy and people’s livelihood. It restrains or promotes the development of the secondary and tertiary industries. In recent decades, China’s crop farming has been developing fast and also changed a lot.

This executive summary mainly states the planting area of crops, changes in the planting of major types of crops and optimization in variety and regional structures of crop farming in China.

The Executive Summary briefs you the status quo, changes and development of crops in China, helping you more clearly know the information and adjusting your strategy about this industry.

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