Generally, the rural village areas in China are underdeveloped in industrial and business sectors, relying mainly on agriculture for a living, with challenging and low-paying jobs.

So, how does the future of agriculture in China look?
Farmer collecting corn

China's agricultural development: transforming and upgrading

To understand agriculture in China, you need to dive deep into rural villages and understand farmers' lives. 


In our latest Medium publication, Xun Zhang, research manager and An Luo, President at TEAMS Shanghai, present five insights to better understand China's current agriculture situation and foresee its future.

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"Digitalization, mechanization and logistics solutions in China’s rural areas are developing more rapidly.

A large number of companies have turned their sights from cities to rural areas, which is a market with more development potential."

An Luo, President at TEAMS Shanghai