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Development of the National Management and Basic Operations for Agriculture

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In this chapter, we look back on and assess the evolution and development of the national management and basic operations for agriculture in China over the three decades of reform and opening up. We also give an outlook for and make suggestions for measures to deepen reforms in these areas.

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  2. 2.

    The Opinions were adopted at the Second Plenary Session of the 17th CPC Central Committee on February 27, 2008.

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    Chi, Fulin, Wang, Jingxin, Tang, Tao. (1999, January 5). “To Grant the Rural Population a Long-term and Secure Land Use Right.” People’s Daily, p. 9.

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    Research Group on Rural Cooperative Economy of Ministry of Agriculture. (1993). “Study of China’s Rural Land Contracting and Operations System and Cooperative Organization Operations.” Issues in Agricultural Economy, 11, 45–53.

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    The full name is the “system of linking responsibility of farming households with agricultural production through land contracting,” but it is commonly known in English as the “household contract responsibility system,” which is the term I use from here on—translator’s note.

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    Research Group of Ministry of Agriculture. (2006). “Promoting Reforms to the Property Rights System of the Rural Collective Economic Organization.” China Development Observation, 12, 29–36.

  7. 7.

    Again, “lines” refer to vertical controls exerted downward through ministries and departments, and “blocks” refer to horizontal controls within a given region—translator’s note.

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Zhang, X., Li, Z. (2018). Development of the National Management and Basic Operations for Agriculture. In: China’s Rural Development Road. Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China’s Development Path. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-5646-8_2

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