In the US, there are approximately 7,000 billion pounds of food and drink shipped annually.
That’s about 30% of all food produced in the country.
In China, about 13,000 tons of food are shipped annually, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
That’s roughly 1% of global food production.
China has the second-largest food-and-drink importation market, followed by the United States with 4,000,000.
That makes China the third-largest exporter of processed food, after the US and the EU.
China’s agricultural sector, which accounts for 40% of the nation’s GDP, is growing at a rate of more than 10% a year.
In 2014, China’s economy expanded by about 3.2% on the year, according a Bloomberg survey.
It is expected to grow by 4.6% this year, the fastest pace in a decade.
China is home to about 80% of world’s food, including almost 80% from its agriculture sector.
China will be the biggest importer of meat and seafood in 2020, the FAO estimates, with the US accounting for the rest.
China accounts for a whopping 87% of processed meat, and about 85% of seafood.
The US imports roughly 2.5% of its food.
China imports 2.2%, the United Kingdom, the UK, and Germany, which together account for more than half the world’s imports, each account for about 1%.
And India is second-most exporter to the US with about 4%.
There is plenty of supply to go around.
China imported more than 1.8 billion tons of vegetables and fruit in the first half of the year.
More than 1 million tonnes of fruit and vegetables were imported, and China imported 1.5 million tonnes last year, up from 1.2 million tonnes in 2013.
In the first quarter of 2020, China imported nearly 9 million tons of beef, up about 50% from the same period in 2019.
That is a massive increase from the 5 million tons in the same quarter a year earlier.
China also imported more seafood than it sold.
China exported 1.4 million tons, up a whopping 20% from a year ago.
There are more than 600 million tons worth of seafood on China’s shores.
China exports about 3 million tons a year to Japan, the United Arab Emirates, South Korea, and Singapore.
The country is also expanding its presence in the Asia-Pacific region, expanding its trade ties with Australia, Malaysia, Vietnam, India, and the Philippines.
In a separate report, the UN Food and Agricultural Organization said that China is the second biggest importers of beef and pork, the third largest of beef imports and the fourth largest of pork imports.
China does not export a lot of pork to the rest of the world, but the country does export about 1.1 million tons to countries in the Middle East and Africa, and a lot more to other regions in the Americas.
The United States accounts for about a third of China’s exports.
In 2018, China was the third biggest impacker of pork in the world with almost 7.3 million tons.
The UN said that in the second half of 2020 China is likely to be the largest importer in the global pork market.
It also expects to be a major importer for beef and lamb.
The number of countries that China has signed agreements with has increased from about 50 in 2020 to nearly 200 in 2020.
The next big question is whether China can continue to expand its export-oriented agriculture.
China says that it is exporting more agricultural products, but it has also cut back on imports.
In 2016, it cut imports of corn and rice by about 80%, and reduced its production of wheat and soybeans by nearly a third.
The food industry in China, however, is in the midst of a crisis.
The market for Chinese produce has been devastated by a severe drought, which has forced farmers to sell their land, and has pushed up prices for consumers.
The government, with help from the private sector, has been buying up farmland, but some farmers have complained that the government has not been able to keep up.
There have been some successes.
A number of Chinese cities, like Beijing, have started to produce their own food.
In some parts of China, such as the northern province of Zhejiang, there is even a thriving agriculture sector with thousands of farmers and companies selling produce at wholesale.
However, the economy is in recession, and even if things improve, there could still be severe shortages.
China relies on foreign markets to generate a lot in revenue.
In 2017, China exported about $14.5 trillion worth of products, and its exports were up 15% from that same year.
China could benefit from an increase in foreign investment, especially from the United states.
China, which is currently a net importer, could use a bigger share of US agricultural exports.
And it would