Progress and accomplishments have been made in rural development reforms in China over the past three decades and a red line is running throughout the whole process: protecting the material rights of rural population, respecting the democratic rights of rural population, liberating and developing the productivity of agriculture and rural areas. In this chapter, we look back on rural development in China and the course of reforms in the two areas of economics and politics, summarize experience which may provide lessons, explain the current state of rural development and reforms, and lay out the prospects for future development trends.
- Homestead Plots
- Rural Financial System
- Rural Grassroots Organizations
- Rural Labor Migration
- Township And Village Enterprises (TVEs)
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