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Small potatoes, big markets in China's Inner Mongolia

Large supermarket chains have risen to prominence in Beijing, but there is still a place for China's small-scale farmers. Smallholders of Wuchuan County, Inner Mongolia have cooperated and overcome great distance to put their potatoes on supermarket shelves.
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My business partner and I are planning a visit ti China and are intested in the need for potatoe farmer assistance in disposing of surplus production which we understand happens each year. We would like to hear from Inner Mongolia government pn this
posted by: Tom O'Malley (01:09:09 Mon 20th August 2012)

This is a great effort. Cooperatives really provide a solution to collective marketing through bulking their products. I hope one day this concept of cooperatives will stay in my country Malawi.
posted by: Connex (06:50:36 Thu 14th January 2010)



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