China's Domestic Grain and Marketing Reform and Integration
Voon, Jan P., ASEAN Economic Bulletin
DOI: 10.1355/ae24-2k China's Domestic Grain and Marketing Reform and Integration. Edited by Chunlai Chen and Christopher Findlay. Australia: Asia Pacific Press, 2004. Pp. 279.
This topic is of paramount importance. Food security or grain shortages have been a frequent problem in China over the past five decades. The problem is aggravated by China's huge and growing population and its dependence on ineffective and counterproductive policies such as production subsidies and forced supply quotas. Since the open-door policy, attempts have been made by the central and regional governments to introduce policies that provide production incentives to producers and minimize the barriers to …
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Publication information: Article title: China's Domestic Grain and Marketing Reform and Integration. Contributors: Voon, Jan P. - Author. Journal title: ASEAN Economic Bulletin. Volume: 24. Issue: 2 Publication date: August 2007. Page number: 285. © 2008 Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS). Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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