Chinese Agriculture and International Cooperation

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 General Review of China
Section One Geographical Environment and Administrative Division
Section Two Political and Administrative Systems
Section Three Reform, Opening up and Economic Development
Section Four Social and Cultural Life
Section Five Language, Literature, Arts, Culture and Customs
Section Six Science, Technology and Intellectual Property
Section Seven Harmonious China and Harmonious World
Chapter 2 China's Agricultural Development
Section One China's Agricultural and Rural Development
Section Two China's Agricultural Resources and Production
Section Three Agricultural Production, Circulation and Trade in China
Section Four The Science and Technology of China's Agriculture
Section Five China's Food Security
Chapter 3 China's Agricultural Policy
Section One Food Security Policy
Section Two Agricultural Policies in Rural Area
Section Three Agricultural Subsidies Policy
Section Four Rural Financial Policies
Section Five Agricultural Cooperative Organizations Policy
Section Six Agricultural Product Price Policy
Section Seven Rural Labor Force Policy 179)
Section Eight Agricultural Trade Policy 181)
Chapter 4 International Agricultural Exchange and Cooperation of China 185)
Section One Opening up and International Agricultural Cooperation has advanced the Development of Agricultural Economy (185)
Section Two Promoting Agricultural Economic Cooperation,Eliminating Rural Poverty, Optimizing the Structure to Develop Agriculture
Section Three Promoting Agricultural Science and Technology industrial Upgrading by International Cooperation (198)
Section Four Steadily Promoting Agricultural Going Global" and Carrying Out Overseas Agricultural Cooperation
Section Five Actively Participating in Negotiation of Agricultural Trade and Promoting Foreign Trade in Agriculture
Section Six Following the Guidance of the Outlook on Scientific Development and Promoting International Agricultural Cooperation in the New Era (224)
Section Seven Implementing "One belt and One Road" Strategy Under the New Circumstances

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1.Reform and Opening up
(1) Domestic Reform
a.Establishment and Perfection of the Socialist Market Economic System
Economic reform is one of the most important part in China's reform and opening—up efforts which primarily centered on such areas as diversifying public ownership, developing other types of ownerships, establishing a modern enterprise system to meet the needs of market economy, establishing a unified and open market system nationwide, linking the domestic market with international one9 promoting optimal allocation of resources, transforming the government role in economy management9 building a well—functioning macro—control system, providing social security system for rural and urban citizens, which fits the actual conditions in China, so as to realize economic development and social stability.
China's socialist market economy is closely linked to the socialist public ownership, leadership of the communist party and pursuit of common prosperity, which is totally different from the capitalist market economy based on private ownership.Such an economy has the following features: Economically, it is a market economy with the public ownership remaining dominant and coexistent with diverse economic sectors such as private business developing side by side; Politically, this economy is under the leadership of the communist party and strongly regulated by the central government; this economy is designed to achieve common prosperity among all the Chinese people.The essential feature of this economy, however, is the integration of the fundamental socialist political system with the socialist market economy.
Chinese Agriculture and International Cooperation