China is not alone in its development but it does provide the most striking example of the effects of long term economic development. Over the past three decades, China has undergone a complete economic revolution . . .
Never before in the world's history has overall consumption been so high, millions of new consumers in developing countries are moving from the countryside to the city . . .
Western Canada has benefited greatly from demand growth in developing countries. Nowhere has this been more evident than in Saskatchewan, whose commodity complex seems uniquely positioned . . .