Agriculture

China goes on global wheat-buying frenzy

China is on track to buy the largest quantities of wheat in nine years after storms this year have

China to sample pollution levels in soil

State-backed Xinhua news agency announced Wednesday that the government will conduct a nationwide s

China poultry-plant fire kills 119

A fire at a chicken slaughterhouse in China's northern Jilin province killed at least 119 people Mo

Overcrowded farms led to pig dumping

Overcrowding on pig farms around Shanghai may have led to the dumping of some 16,000 hog carcasses

Bird flu losses in poultry sector reach US$1.6bn

The outbreak of the H7N9 strain of avian flu has cost China’s poultry sector more than US$1.6 billi

Report: Lasting damage to China's soil

China's soil is highly contaminated with fertilizers and pesticides misused during the country's pu

Big bad bird

Which companies stand to gain and lose most from China’s bird flu outbreak?

Selling the family farm

How much longer will China’s traditional farmer plow the fields?

US cotton prices rise on weak sales of Chinese stockpiles

US cotton prices hit a 12-week high, as demand from Chinese mills increased in light of the poor fi

China corn imports on pace to top 4m-ton USDA estimate

China has purchased 120,000 metric tons of US corn for shipment by the end of August, bringing its

China’s water woes

In Iowa, an unlikely solution

Asian Citrus raises dividend following fraud allegations

Asian Citrus (ACHL.LON, 0073.HKG), a Chinese company that makes and sells vegetable and fruit juice

This week in China

Feel my soft power; suspicious bulges

New Zealand to reconsider Chinese farm purchases

New Zealand's High Court ordered the government to reconsider a Chinese company's purchase of 16 fa

China signs $4.3bn soybean deal with US

China agreed to import 8.62 million metric tons of soybean oilseed from US suppliers, a pledge valu

Xi's Iowa visit may point to deeper agricultural ties

Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping will make a two-day stop in Iowa this week that may result in dee

China's Wen calls for better land protection

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao called for better protection of the land rights of farmers during a visi

Officials remove tax on vegetables

China has removed a value-added tax (VAT) on vegetable distribution as part of an effort to combat

GM me

A hungry nation debates genetically modified food

Chinese fisherman stabs South Korean coastguard in scuffle

A South Korean coastguard officer was stabbed to death while trying to seize a Chinese fishing boat

South China villagers riot over latest land grab

Villagers carrying clubs and stones rioted Saturday over a land dispute in Guangdong province,

China's corn output reaches record levels

China's corn output increased 6.7% this year as farmers planted more of the crop to meet rising dem

One step back

Beijing’s decision to buy back shares in the Big Four banks highlights the stalled state of financial reform

Crouching tiger, angry bird

Chinese consumers are embracing mobile games wholeheartedly

Untapped

China’s beer market presents hurdles for would-be importers

Snowflakes from hell

Single kids 2.1; a bright future for Velcro; middle-class must-haves

Chinese scientist pleads guilty to US economic espionage

A Chinese scientist pled guilty to theft of trade secrets and economic espionage involving two majo

China buys 900,000 tons of US corn

The US government confirmed on Thursday that China had purchased 900,000 tons of corn, despite repo

Yurun stocks plunge on profitability warning

Shares of China Yurun Food Group (1068.HK) fell the most since it began trading on the Hong Kong St

US files WTO complaint over China chicken duties

The US has filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization over Chinese duties on US poultry pr

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