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Development of the market economy and the construction of agricultural modernization






Research of Agricultural Modernization 16(2): 90-92

Development of the market economy and the construction of agricultural modernization

The need for macroscopic regulation by government and the lack of ability on the part of small farmers to participate in a market system are the greatest problems in the introduction of the market economy in China. It is necessary that during the introduction of the market economy, support for agriculture, including support of science and technology, through government policy should continue.


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