Agricultural Transformations in China and its Global Trade Implications

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Following our previous event , U.S. China Trade & Future of Agriculture in the Heartland, we’ve invited Dr. Wendong Zhang, Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Iowa State University, to discuss the agricultural policies China has put forth and their global trade implications.

Zhang, whose research seeks to understand U.S. farmland marketing and cultural water preservation and Chinese agriculture, will review some of the long-term changes, particularly in Chinese agricultural markets and policies, that would have a major impact on the agricultural industry. Enjoy this replay to hear discussions on Chinese policies that are likely to have large impacts such as rural land reform, rising per-capita meat consumption, modernization of the livestock industry post-ASF, crop insurance, and developing futures markets that are increasingly like the U.S.

This event is part of USHCA’s ongoing series, The Way Forward, where we discuss different ideas and initiatives used by the U.S. and China and how they can be applied to the Heartland region.

Presented by

In Partnership with

Dr. Wendong Zhang

Assistant Professor - Department of Economics at Iowa State University

Presented by

In Partnership with

Moderated by

Jim Schultz

Founder and Managing Partner of Open Prairie and USHCA Board Member

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The Way Forward

building bridges for the heartland

a webinar series

Agricultural Transformations in China and its Global Trade Implications

August 27th, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. est

Registration for this event will begin July 28th, 2020

Group Discussion:

A group discussion with Dr. Zhang and USHCA host, Jim Schultz, will take place immediately following the public program.  Please email webinar@usheartlandchina.org if you are interested in participating. Space is limited.

In this deep-dive webinar following our Agriculture focused event in May (U.S. China Trade & Future of Agriculture in the Heartland), Dr. Wendong Zhang will review longer-term changes especially in Chinese agricultural markets and policies that would have major impact such as China’s rural land reform, rising per-capita meat consumption, modernization of the livestock industry post ASF, crop insurance, and futures markets increasingly like the U.S.

Presented by

In Partnership with

Dr. Wendong Zhang

Assistant Professor - Department of Economics at Iowa State University

Presented by

In Partnership with

Moderated by

Jim Schultz

Founder and Managing Partner of Open Prairie and USHCA Board Member

Agricultural Transformations in China and its Global Trade Implications

August 27th, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. est

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