CHINA: Experts highlight problems in world's largest fruit producer
Industry experts are concerned that while China is the world's largest fruit growing country, accounting for 13.4% of the global fruit output and 21% of the global orchard acreage, its per capita harvest is only 66% of the average global level. This means that while elsewhere per unit output is around 75kg, in China it is only 47kg, displaying much scope for improvement.
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