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Crisis control and technology: China highlights how to overcome protein self-sufficiency challenge with green tech

Crisis control and technology: China

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[30 November, Food Navigator]

China’s State Council has published a new development proposal document for animal agriculture, calling for modernisation and rapid advancement in the sector with an emphasis on the need for green technology. The document highlights China’s development goals of improving animal disease prevention, using green technology and being able to guarantee the safety of local livestock and poultry products

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