Building China’s New Countryside:Multiple Modes of Collective and Cooperative Economy

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The construction of China’s New Countryside requires actions that suit local
circumstances. At present, multiple modes of collective and cooperative economy that meet the special conditions of the Chinese countryside play an important role in the construction of the new countryside. Facts from the Chinese countryside show that collective ownership and different types of cooperative economy have stimulated farmers’ creativity and their enthusiasm for working; they have also increased farmers’ incomes, provided them with social security, and helped achieve common prosperity. On the basis of the Household Contract Responsibility System, agriculture, industry and service sectors can work in an interdependent way, and achieve the “second leap” in the reform of agriculture in China. The socialist new countryside in China has exhibited great vital force.
Original languageEnglish
JournalReview of Agrarian Studies
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2012


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