When I wrote my book, The China investor: Getting rich with the next Superpower in 2002, one of my stock picks was a Hong Kong-listed vegetable grower called Chaoda modern agriculture.“It has created its own Chaoda trademark, sells its branded produce in company-owned outlets and third-party supermarkets in the prosperous coastal provinces, boasts net profit margins of better than 60% and has started paying cash dividends,” I wrote.

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