China's flour mill condition--part2
China is the world's largest agricultural producer by volume and the world's second-largest agricultural importer by value. Agriculture employs about a third of the country's workforce, but it's only responsible for 10% of the GDP. China is a global producer of rice, cotton, pork, fish, wheat, tea, potatoes, corn, peanuts, millet, barley, apples, cotton, oilseed, pork, fish and more. Animal husbandry, fishing, and aquafarming are also important parts of China's economy. With one-fifth of the world population, China accounts for a quarter of total global food production.
China has recently enjoyed a run of good harvests. The Chinese government has established a national strategy on food security featuring self-sufficiency based on domestic grain production, guaranteed food production capacity, moderate imports, and technological support. Abiding by the principle of basic food self-sufficiency based on domestic grain production, China practices the strictest farmland protection system and a strategy of sustainable farmland use and innovative application of agricultural technology to increase farmland productivity. Through supply-side structural reform and institutional innovation in agriculture, China has raised grain productivity, modernized grain circulation, improved food-supply structure, and achieved steady development in the grain industry.