SELF-SUFFICIENCY AND PRODUCTIVITY IN CHINESE AGRICULTURE: IMPLICATIONS FOR CHINA'S WTO ACCESSION

In the past twenty years the growth of China's economy and agriculture has been extraordinary. However it seems unlikely that, without substantial interventions, China will attain self-sufficiency in agriculture by 2005. We build a CGE model to examine the main trade policy options available to Chinese policy makers. We compare the welfare effects of each policy and explore the potential of biotechnology for agricultural productivity increase.


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Issue Date:
2000
Publication Type:
Conference Paper/ Presentation
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/21747
Total Pages:
24
Series Statement:
Selected Paper




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