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2nd Revision

Introduction

 
Data - Food Demand
China's Food Demand 1995 - 2020: Various Projections Compared
  Brown Rosegrant, et al. Huang, et al. USDA World Bank
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1995 355 375 20 355 375 20 355 375 20 355 375 20 355 375 20
2000 342 405 63 385 403 18 410 450 40 362 387 25 411 420 9
2005 329 437 108 418 434 16 438 480 42 382 414 32 445 459 14
2010 317 472 155 453 468 15 469 513 44 403 443 40 483 502 19
2020 294 549 255 541 565 24 552 594 42 449 506 57 568 600 32
Source: OECD, 1997, 242
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