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Land tenure and production organization of agriculture in China, Vietnam and Lao PDR

Asia Pacific Journal of Rural Development 4(1/2): 1-51

Land tenure and production organization of agriculture in China, Vietnam and Lao PDR

Inter-country comparisons of the system of land tenure are presented in this section and its relationship with production organization and other parameters are examined. The tenurial patterns accepted by China, Vietnam and Lao compared to the general models of countries such as India, Malaysia and Sri Lanka are identified.

Accession: 002646986

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