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One Belt One Road: New Trends in Agricultural International Cooperation

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With the development of China's agricultural export market, the proportion of exports to Russia, South America, and the Middle East has increased, exports to countries along the"Belt and Road"have continued to increase, and the proportions of Japan and South Korea have declined. However, neighboring countries are still the most important for China’s agricultural exports. area.

For China's agricultural imports, the pattern of regional distribution in the future will develop in a polarized direction, that is, the regional sources of a few large varieties will be further concentrated, and the regional sources of more small-variety products will be further differentiated.

Through food aid and agricultural technology support to developing countries and the least developed countries, the agricultural production capacity of backward economies has been improved, and local people's livelihoods and well-being have been enhanced. Through the agricultural empowerment of developing countries represented by the countries along the"Belt and Road", the global agricultural production capacity has been enhanced. With ample supply in the global agricultural product market, China can better leverage on China's international negotiation capabilities as the world's largest agricultural product importer in terms of multilateral and bilateral frameworks and trade rules. Through the construction of the "Belt and Road", China's agricultural "going out" has gathered a certain amount of potential energy, and its level and capabilities will be further improved in the future.

Source: China Today