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China’s farmland pursuit receives a cagey response

May 28, 2011 8:12 AM ET
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China’s interests in controlling vast quantities of productive farmland remains largely unchecked. There is a clear trend and divergence away from being merely the purchaser of raw commodities to being the owner of the productive assets. Resources are finite while demand remains strong.

The New York Times reports on China’s growing interest in controlling agricultural land and resources.

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