Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has said that more than a billion people need more food.
It is forecasting a rise in food shortages by 2020.
The World Food Program (WFP) says that the country that has the most food in the world today is China.
In fact, China has about 3 billion tonnes of food in stock at the moment.
According to the report, China is also the most over-exploited country in the global food supply chain.
China’s food sector is also experiencing a decline.
The WFP has forecast that the number of farmers in China will decline from 4 million in 2012 to 2.4 million in 2020.
This means that a fifth of the total agricultural land will be cut down by 2020 and that the area of farmland for growing crops will be reduced by 30%.
It also forecasts a 50% drop in annual production for farmers, which will reduce their share of total agricultural production.
This will reduce the amount of food being grown by people.
The report states that the current situation in China is not sustainable and that it is in a very dire situation.
This is a major change from where it was a few years ago.
This change is a consequence of China’s rapid growth in population, as well as an increase in the consumption of the global economy.
The global food crisis is a result of the country’s rapid economic development and the development of the food production sector in China.
China has been developing a food-production industry for over a century and has been able to rapidly expand its population by over 200 million people since 1960.
The rapid population growth is also linked to the rapid population increase of the cities and to the rapidly increasing demand for food.
According the report of the WFP, the main driver of the population growth and the food crisis in China are the rapid growth of the urban population, urban agriculture and urban consumption.
In other words, the rapid expansion of urban population in China has resulted in the rapid increase in urban agriculture.
The food shortage is also related to China’s increasing dependence on foreign markets and the fact that China’s economy is being heavily dependent on the foreign market.
This has led to a significant loss of agricultural land.
China is currently experiencing a significant increase in food production due to the food consumption increase in China, which is also a result in a significant decline in agricultural land and thus the amount available for growing food.
China will continue to be the most important market for agricultural commodities and will likely continue to grow rapidly.
China currently consumes more than 50% of the world’s total food.
This amount of excess food is likely to continue to increase due to China continuing to expand its agricultural production capacity and the growth in urban population.
According an FAO statement, “China’s rapid population expansion and its rapid economic growth has resulted, in turn, in a marked increase in its agricultural land.”
This is an important development in the food supply system.
China now accounts for more than 70% of global food production, which accounts for about a third of the entire global food market.
China consumes more food than the world as a whole.
According, the FAO, the increase in population has led, in part, to the growth of a rapidly expanding food market and the increasing demand from the domestic and international food markets.
This increase in demand is also in turn responsible for the rapid agricultural growth in China which will lead to a large decrease in food supply in the coming years.