Investigates the problem of poverty in China's regions, discussing rural-urban migration and anti-poverty initiatives by the Chinese government as well as the results of original research.
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China's Rural Economy after WTO: Problems and Strategies By Sato, Hiroshi The China Journal, No. 58, July 2007
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The Impact of Migration on China's Rice Production By Wang, Chenggan Rada, Nicholas Qin, Lijian Pan, Suwen Amber Waves, May 2014
Internal Migration in the People's Republic of China By Eichen, Marc Ming, Zhang Focus, Vol. 42, No. 1, Spring 1992
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