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An analysis of the causal factors to agricultural development in China's less developed regions






Chinese Rural Economy ( 7): 62-65

An analysis of the causal factors to agricultural development in China's less developed regions

In the underdeveloped regions of China the production impetus is low, technology in limited and development is retarded. Labour and land resources have important effects on rate of development.


Accession: 003037196



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