China's dairy crisis: impacts, causes and policy implications for a sustainable dairy industry

@article{Qian2011ChinasDC,
  title={China's dairy crisis: impacts, causes and policy implications for a sustainable dairy industry},
  author={Gui-xia Qian and Xiaochuan Guo and Jianjun Guo and Jian-guo Wu},
  journal={International Journal of Sustainable Development \& World Ecology},
  year={2011},
  volume={18},
  pages={434 - 441}
}
The dairy industry is an important part of the global economy, and the rapidly developing dairy enterprises in China have become increasingly important to the rest of the world. Due to increasing demand for dairy products and support from the government, China's dairy industry has thrived in recent decades. But rapid growth has been accompanied by a suite of industry/structural problems associated with raw milk supply, processing enterprises, product retailing and profit allocation. Thus, a… Expand
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