There are reasons U.S. ag producers can be optimistic about growing demand for ag products in China. In this environment of China, growing relatively well compared to much of the rest of the world, it's still true that China is a resource scarce country. David Dollar is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. He spoke about China on a panel at USDA's Annual Agricultural Outlook Forum. It has about seven percent of the world's arable land and 20 percent of the world's population. It's got serious water shortage in the whole northern half of the country. In other words, some 700 million people living in an area that's increasingly water scarce and subject to desertification. Meanwhile, rising income levels are another relevant factor. If you look at some of their explicit targets, the government would like to double the size of the middle class within 15 years.