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Demand constraint: agricultural development is facing a new period - the study of the sharp drop in the rate of growth of farmers' net income per capita from 1989 to 1991


, : Demand constraint: agricultural development is facing a new period - the study of the sharp drop in the rate of growth of farmers' net income per capita from 1989 to 1991. Rural Economy and Society ( 1): 33-42

Changes in farmers' incomes and in food prices were studied for the period 1981-91. They showed that agricultural development in China has reached a stage when restraint is needed. The share of agricultural income which becomes farmers' income has decreased. Farmers' income is subject to rapid variations which has an effect on demand.

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