"Talvez a China e a India acabem por salvar a indústria do arroz em Portugal, crescimento da economia --> maior poder de compra --> maior consumo de arroz --> escassez global de arroz --> embaladores podem fazer melhores preços. Quem sabe?"Recordei este trecho assim que li em "China’s Milk Demand Squeezes Global Supply":
"China’s voracious appetite for dairy products has pushed prices for milk up worldwide, impacting importers as far away as North Africa and Latin America.
Countries like Algeria and Venezuela have cut back on dairy imports as prices have risen, raising the possibility of shortages.
“Markets outside of China just can’t afford to pay the price that the Chinese economy can absorb,” said Michael Harvey, a dairy analyst at Rabobank. High prices “have been an issue for nearly 12 months now…a number of markets are getting squeezed out. China’s appetite for milk creates a global shortage.”"