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Economic considerations for rural planning and development in Mu Us Shamo desert in Inner Mongolia, the People's Republic of China



Economic considerations for rural planning and development in Mu Us Shamo desert in Inner Mongolia, the People's Republic of China



Journal of Irrigation Engineering and Rural Planning ( 26): 67-75



This study investigates the current situation of rural life in the Mu Us Shamo Desert in the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region, China based on interviews with 61 farm households regarding their activities in the calendar year 1990. Average total income was 4346 yuan per household.

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