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A study of illegal land use for construction in small cities and towns and some enlightenment for policy making - with cases from Zhejiang and Shandong as examples

Chinese Rural Economy ( 7): 40-44

A study of illegal land use for construction in small cities and towns and some enlightenment for policy making - with cases from Zhejiang and Shandong as examples

Examples from Zhejiang and Shandong Provinces were used to illustrate illegal land use for construction work in small towns and cities. The economic origins of the phenomenon and policies for its control were considered. New legislation is needed to increase the costs incurred by illegal development and to reduce the profits made from such developments.

Accession: 003027330

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