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Land and Resources, Natural Resources

industrialization, economic growth, fiber, natural resources, push

China has a great variety of mineral resources, some deposits of considerable size. Along with substantial land and water assets, these deposits give the country a generous natural resource base for industrialization and economic development. As China’s population and economy grow, and as industrialization and modernization proceed rapidly, demand for natural resources will increase. Per capita consumption of minerals, energy, food, and fiber is rising at a faster rate than overall economic growth. This pressure on available resources will likely accelerate the push to discover new resources and improve the efficiency of use of existing supplies.

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