Assessment of Regional Trade and Virtual Water Flows in China

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Dabo, G.; Hubacek, K.;
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The success of Chinas economic development has left deep marks on resource availability and quality. Some regions in China are relatively poor with regards to water resources. This problem is exacerbated by economic growth. Flourishing trade activities on both domestic ... View more
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