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Against the grain

31 August 2010 By John Foley

The more China eats, the more fertiliser it needs, say bulls. Presto, higher prices for producers. Yet Beijing can reap productivity gains that don’t use more potash. Moreover, food selfsufficiency is a choice which China may one day decide it is better off without.

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