Food is essential. And when you run a country with 1.4 billion people, a lack of food is one thing that can bring down your government. China's leaders recognize that China does not have the land to satisfy its people's appetite. This article from Bloomberg is a fascinating look at how China's quest for food security is changing the geography of agriculture within China and around the world, www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2017-feeding-china/ The map shows where China has already bought land or made investments in food production.
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