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  中国农业科学院和国际食物政策研究所将于6月3日上午举办第二届中国和全球农业政策论坛暨《中国农业产业发展报告2020》和发布会。2020年是全面建成小康社会和“十三五”规划收官之年,也是脱贫攻坚决战决胜之年。在新冠肺炎疫情的影响下,中国乃至全球的经济形势都发生了明显变化。在这特殊而又关键的时期,发布会探讨中国如何在全球背景下继续推动农业产业发展,中国乃至世界又该如何应对疫情等其他冲击的挑战,为贫穷和弱势群体提供保障。本次发布会也是落实习近平总书记致中国农业科学院建院60周年贺信三周年的纪念活动之一,我们诚挚地邀请您的参与!

  《中国农业产业发展报告2020》剖析了国内外宏观经济与农业产业形势,梳理了2019年中美贸易摩擦持续、非洲猪瘟疫情蔓延等重大事件;聚焦核心问题,从全要素生产率、国际贸易、生产成本等三个视角评估了中国农业产业竞争力;直击热点主题,全面分析了新冠肺炎疫情对中国农业和农民收入的影响,探究了生猪产能恢复趋势及其关键影响因素,模拟了草地贪夜蛾对2020年中国玉米产业的影响;瞄准产业前瞻,总结了2019年18种重要农产品产业发展特征,展望未来两年产业发展趋势。

  主要强调食物系统在满足全球发展目标上的核心作用,包括:消除贫穷、饥饿和营养不良;为如何促使食物系统对四类被边缘化的群体更具包容性提出建议,这四类群体分别是:小农、妇女、青年、和受区域冲突影响的人群。还对孟加拉国、埃塞俄比亚、尼日利亚等国家的食物系统转型展开分析,并对世界不同地区的食物系统发展提供建议。对中国而言,因非洲猪瘟、中美贸易争端、新冠疫情等不确定因素,小农户等边缘群体遭受冲击。这需要我们特别关注他们的生计、食物安全和营养状况。报告呼吁:全世界应关注最贫穷和最脆弱的人群,建立一个更具有包容性的食物系统。

  本次发布会,我们将介绍《中国农业产业发展报告2020》和的主要研究发现,并邀请嘉宾于现场进行报告讲评。受疫情影响,现场参会人员数量有限。我们诚邀您届时通过登录网络平台/zt/bgfbh/yqx/ ,收看并参与发布会的直播。

  如果您对本次发布会存在任何疑问,请邮件至iaed-ifpri@caas.cn。感谢您和您的部门一直以来对我们工作的支持和帮助。我们期待您的参与!

 

 

                                                              

  The Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) warmly invite you to attend the China Agricultural Sector Development Report 2020 (CASDR) and IFPRI launch event on June 3 in Beijing, China. 2020 is a special year for China, as it marks the deadline to achieve goals of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects, implementing the 13th five-year plan, and winning the decisive battle against poverty. This launch event will discuss on how China should continue to develop its agricultural industry in a global context to meet the goals above, and how China and the world should respond to challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic and support the poor and vulnerable groups.

  The China Agricultural Sector Development Report 2020 (CASDR) analyzes the domestic and foreign macroeconomic and agricultural industry conditions. The report reviews the important events in 2019, including the persistence of trade frictions between China and the United States, the spread of African swine fever, etc. Besides, the report assesses the competitiveness of China’s agricultural industry from the perspectives of total factor productivity, international trade and production cost. The report provides studies on the impact of COVID-19 on China’s agriculture and farmers’ income; research on the recovering of pig production capacity and its key influencing factors; and simulations of the impact of fall armyworm on China’s corn industry in 2020. Moreover, it summarizes the characteristics of 18 important agricultural product industries development in 2019 and prospecting trends in the next two years.

  The IFPRI (GFPR) highlights the central role that inclusive food systems play in meeting global goals to end poverty, hunger, and malnutrition, and offers recommendations for making food systems more inclusive for four marginalized groups – smallholders, women, youth, and conflict-affected people. also provides analysis on transforming national food system in several countries like Bangladesh and Ethiopia, and advice on development of food system in different regions worldwide. As for China, smallholders and other marginalized groups are affected by African swine fever, trade disputes between China and the United States, COVID-19 and other uncertainties. Their livelihoods, food security, and nutritional status require particular attention. GFPR calls for supporting the poor and the most vulnerable to build inclusive food systems                    

  During the event, we will present an overview of the GFPR’s and CASDR’s findings and hold a keynote speaking session. Due to COVID-19, we can only have limited seats for audience on site. In this case, we sincerely invite you to attend the event via logging on our live streaming platforms /zt/bgfbh/yqx/  to watch the launch. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at iaed-ifpri@caas.cn.

  Thank you for your support. We look forward to your participation.