Farmers are not getting enough farm investment, according to an annual report by the World Bank that looks at what’s wrong in the world’s third-largest economy.
The report, which looked at agricultural investment in 180 countries, found that while more than a third of the world economy is connected to agriculture, there are only two major sectors that contribute to growth: agriculture and energy.
Agriculture is a key driver of the global economy.
Canada leads the way in agriculture investment, with investment in the sector totalling $1.45 trillion in 2013.
Canada was second only to the United States in agricultural investment, which totaled $1,096 billion in 2013, according the report.
China came in third with $1 billion, followed by the United Kingdom, Japan and India.
Canada’s agricultural investment was $2.07 trillion in 2014, while the U.S. investment in agriculture amounted to $2,638 billion, the report said.
Canada had the second-highest farm investment in 2014 at $1 trillion, followed closely by the U, UK and Japan.
The World Bank said its Agriculture Outlook report, due out next month, shows “that agriculture is an important sector for developing countries and for the world in general.”
“While the agricultural sector is well-developed and has a high degree of social and economic integration, the global development of agriculture remains largely unbalanced,” the report says.
“In fact, over the past 25 years, the world has experienced a dramatic decline in the size and scope of the farm sector.”
The report points out that agricultural investment accounts for only 13% of gross domestic product, a small fraction of the country’s total gross domestic products.
It says Canada’s agricultural sector contributes 0.4% of the Gross Domestic Product.
The global economy is experiencing a “declining trend” in agricultural development, the World Trade Organization said in a report last year.
The WTO report was based on the 2014 Global Economic Outlook report.
The International Monetary Fund estimates that China will account for roughly a third to a half of world agricultural investment by 2030.
The World Bank says there are now 4.4 million farms in China, which has a population of more than 11.3 billion.
China has one of the largest agricultural economies in the industrialized world.
China is home to some of the most productive farms in the region, the farm-based economy is heavily subsidized by the government and there are a number of policies aimed at boosting farm incomes.
China, which is the world top exporter of grain and soybeans, is also the world leader in the cultivation of wheat, corn and cotton, and the world is home, among other things, to the world-leading rice.
The United States is the only country in the developed world that has not seen a net increase in agricultural production, according data from the World Resources Institute.
In a 2015 study, the U:World Bank noted that there were “several notable successes” in China’s agriculture sector.
The organization said China had become the largest producer of grain in the country, and its farmers have become the world leaders in cotton, soybeans and corn.
The Agriculture Outlook study, however, found “significant disparities” between the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Food Program.
The U.N. food program reports on how the world eats, including how much of its population is eating and how much money people are spending on it.
Ns World Food Report includes data from China and other countries, which it said is based on a “very poor methodology.”
China is a member of the WTO and the International Monetary Board, but the report also pointed out that China was not included in the Global Hunger Index, which tracks hunger in developing countries.
The study noted that the World Agriculture Organization’s Agriculture Outlook has a “high level of trust” and is “firmly based on sound, evidence-based policy making and research.”