China F&A Monthly: Outlook for 2017

China’s bumpy 2016 seems to have eventually calmed, but continuing capital outflow and a weakening currency (or a strengthening US dollar) betray weaknesses in the economy that could bring disruptions to this benign outlook. Structural slower growth, urbanisation, technology, rising land/labour cost, rising income, a growing middle-income class, and rapidly changing consumer behaviour are the main drivers that continue to shape demand and supply in the food & agriculture sector in the medium term.

  • Ping Chew

    Head of RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness - Asia
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  • Sandy Chen

    Senior Analyst - Dairy
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  • Lief Chiang

    Analyst - Grains & Oilseeds
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  • Kelvin Chow

    Analyst – Sugar, G&O
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  • Teresa Huang

    Analyst - Consumer Foods
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  • Brenda Jiang

    Analyst - Farm Inputs
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  • Xinnan Li

    Analyst – F&A Supply Chains
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  • Chenjun Pan

    Senior Analyst - Animal Protein
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