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Related Policies for Crop Planting in China Edition (1)

Crop planting industry is an important basis of agriculture. Agricultural produces is an important strategic commodity for people’s livelihood. And ensuring the supply of agricultural produces is the primary task of agriculture development. In order to guide the development of agriculture in 2014, China’s Ministry of Agriculture has proposed 50 concrete measures. In this report, the related policies for crop planting are introduced and they mainly focus on the following aspects:

  • Price support for agricultural produces
  • Declining production costs
  • Prompting agricultural production in large-scale and standardization
  • Processing and marketing of agricultural produces
  • Talent cultivation and technical guidance
  • Ecological and environmental conservation

Except the policy introduction, you can also get an overview of the financial support for agriculture in China in recent years. What’s more, the related policies for crop planting have been interpreted with professional perspective.

Overall, China’s government will strengthen the support to crop planting, improving the agricultural science and technology and strengthening the construction of the agricultural infrastructure. Crops planting industry will get a lot of advantages in the future and more investment opportunities will turn up.

Table of Contents for Report "Related Policies for Crop Planting in China Edition (1)"

Table of Contents

1 Policy background

2 Goals of crops planting related policy

3 Crops planting supporting policy
3.1 Supporting policy on price
3.2 Policy for declining production costs
3.3 Supporting policy on agriculture enterprises and organization
3.4 Policy for prompting agricultural production in large-scale and standardization
3.5 Policy on the processing and marketing of agricultural products
3.6 Policy for talent cultivation and technical guidance
3.7 Policy on ecological and environmental conservation
3.8 Other related policy

4 Financial support

5 Policy interpretation

6 Conclusion

List of Tables

Table 1-1 Rural resident's family income in China, USD/person, 1990-2012
Table 3.1-1 Supporting policy on price of agricultural products, 2014
Table 3.2-1 Policy for declining production costs of agricultural products in China, 2014
Table 3.3-1 Supporting policy on agriculture enterprises and organizations in China, 2014
Table 3.4-1 Policy for prompting agricultural production in large-scale and standardization in China, 2014
Table 3.5-1 Policy on the processing and marketing of agricultural products in China, 2014
Table 3.6-1 Policy for agricultural talent cultivation and technical guidance in China, 2014
Table 3.7-1 Policy on ecological and environmental conservation in China, 2014
Table 3.8-1 Other crop planting related policy in China, 2014
Table 4-1 Central government expenditures for 'three rural', billion USD, 2000-2006

List of Figures

Figure 1-1 Arable land per capita of main countries, ha per person, 2011
Figure 1-2 Arable land per family of main provinces in China, 2011
Figure 1-3 Output of grain crops in China, million tonne, 2000-2012
Figure 1-4 Self-sufficiency of major grain crops in China, million tonne, 2000-2012
Figure 1-5 Income of urban and rural residents in China, 1990-2012
Figure 4-1 Agricultural financial input in China, billion USD, 2000-2013
Figure 4-2 Structure of central government expenditures for 'three rural', 2006
Figure 4-3 Structure of central government expenditures for 'three rural', 2013

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