An Analysis of the Influencing Factors of China's Grain Import and Export Trade
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Grain is important for all countries, especially for China. As the world's largest and second largest economy, food security is becoming more and more serious. It is very important for the Chinese government to maintain the basic balance of domestic food supply and demand that the per capita share of cultivated land is small, the huge pressure of population, and the characteristics of direct food consumption based on grain. At the same time, international grain trade is very important and prudent to adjust the use of domestic grain trade. In the process of economic globalization, grain import and export play an increasingly important role in the domestic grain income and expenditure, which has a huge impact on China's economy and society. With the development of national economy, food is facing more and more complex situation. The internal and external changes of food will have an increasingly important impact on the national food security.
Grain, Import and Export, Influencing Factors