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eBook Agribusiness Reforms in China: The Case of Wool ePub

by CABI

  • ISBN: 0851989519
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: CABI
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CABI; First edition (March 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1793 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1241 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 417

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Agribusiness Reforms in China. The Case of Wool (Cabi Publishing).

Agribusiness Reforms in China. by John W. Longworth, Colin G. Brown. Published February 23, 1996 by CABI.

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Chicago Distribution Center. The New Silk Road and China’s Evolving Grand Strategy. Leverett et al. Grapes of Wrath: Twisting Arms to Get Villagers to Cooperate with Agribusiness in China. Luo et al. Framing the Funeral: Death Rituals of Chinese Communist Party Leaders. The Use of Comrade as a Political Instrument in the Chinese Communist Party, from Mao to Xi. Kohlenberg. In the Name of the Public: Environmental Protest and the Changing Landscape of Popular Contention in China. Steinhardt et al. 1427 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. The University of Chicago Press Books.

My findings reveal that agribusiness development in China's pork sector is largely domestic, has a mixed .

My findings reveal that agribusiness development in China's pork sector is largely domestic, has a mixed state–private form and tends to marginalize the foreign-based TNCs that have been the most powerful actors in the global agri-food system to date.

Agribusiness Reforms in China: The Case of Wool by John W. Longworth and Colin G. Wallingford: CAB International, 1995, xvii + 260pp. Thomas R. Gottschang. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 12 February 2009. Export citation Request permission.

Was rural reform will help or hinder the situation in China and CP CP is doing its best to take advantage of these changes?

Issues at hand as chairman Dhanin Chearavanont CP can balance its place as a key investor in the growing market of China's agriculture, with its unstated also required to provide leadership and expertise in the field of food safety, technology, and jobs for rural farmers at the same time competing against the growing cadre of international and domestic companies vying to grab. Was rural reform will help or hinder the situation in China and CP CP is doing its best to take advantage of these changes?

In China, agricultural land is either owned by the state or by a rural . In case of a serious offence, the production or trading will be suspended until the relevant licence is revoked.

In China, agricultural land is either owned by the state or by a rural collective. Since ownership is not transferable, private parties (individuals or enterprises) can obtain usage rights but not ownership of farmland (the term ‘management right of rural contracted land’ is used in Chinese law). With the aim of deepening financial reform and stepping up financial support for farmers, in 2015 China launched a pilot programme allowing farmers to use their land and property as collateral for loans. However, it is still facing many obstacles, in particular, legal restrictions.

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Longworth, J. W. and C. G. Brown (1995) Agribusiness Reforms in China: The Case of Wool (Wallingford: CAB International). Longworth, J. and G. Williamson (1993) China’s Pastoral Region: Sheep and Wool, Minority Nationalities, Rangeland Degradation and Sustainable Development, (Wallingford: CAB International).

Agribusiness is the business of agricultural production. The term is a portmanteau of agriculture and business and was coined in 1957 by John Davis and Ray Goldberg. It includes agrichemicals, breeding, crop production (farming and contract farming), distribution, farm machinery, processing, and seed supply, as well as marketing and retail sales. All agents of the food and fiber value chain and those institutions that influence it are part of the agribusiness system.

China is emerging as an agribusiness giant. Domestic reforms and the readmission of China to GATT will integrate rapidly the massive Chinese agribusiness sector into international markets. China has already become a dominant player in world wool markets. Developments in relation to wool, therefore, are a harbinger of what is likely to happen in regard to many other agribusiness commodities. This book, published in collaboration with the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), provides a detailed analysis of how the Chinese are reforming their wool marketing system. Wool is grown mainly by people of minority nationalities who are among the poorest in China and who live in the environmentally fragile pastoral region. As a result, wool markets have an impact on social, environmental and developmental issues as well as being of major relevance to China’s strategic and trade interests. This book, therefore, is concerned with many of the most difficult issues confronting Chinese society and its interaction with the world community. By examining these aspects of contemporary China through the case of wool, the authors provide first hand insights into the detailed impact of the economic reform process on particular social groups and institutions. Most of the earlier literature on economic reforms in China has concentrated on general economic reforms and sector-wide or industry-wide effects.