Higher Food Demand Us farm belt to feel China one-child policy change

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The ripples of China's one-child policy change may be felt as far away as the fields and processing plants of the U.S. farm belt, which has already been shipping a growing share of its soybeans, pork and other products to feed the Asian giant. Full Story
idiots united

Mercer Island, WA

#1 Nov 16, 2013
That would intensify their needs and urges to grab occupy poach others territory until all the stocks of sea life are strained severely and will not be able to be revitalized. Imagine how much fish could a thousand mouths devour how about millions or another 100 millions. Even if the world would reduce populations by 50% the supplies would still keep on tightening but what if supplies get tight what then?
idiots united

Mercer Island, WA

#2 Nov 16, 2013
Russia is a big country has population of 143,500,000 China has a long way in reducing its population to that comfortable level.
Agenda 21

Toronto, Canada

#3 Nov 17, 2013

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