Revving Rural China

R. F.
November 2008
Forbes Asia;11/10/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 19, p74
The article focuses on the impact of Chinese economic reform in agriculture regarding giving more freedom to farmers to sell off their land-use rights on the financial sector. It states that new rules which allow and encourage transfer of ownership will put cash and spending power in the hands of less successful farmers and give more efficient ones room to expand, boosting economic growth. According to Lin Li, an investor in China, there will be more room for lending to farmers for production.


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