Chinese import growth in key commodities continues
Thursday January 24 2013
CHINA boosted imports of several premium agricultural commodities in 2012, as an emerging middle class and growing wealth in the country continues to guide a shift in consumer tastes.
Purchases of coffee, cocoa powder and olive oil by the world's most populous nation all reached record levels last year.
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