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The Problems of Coordinating Urban-rural Development of Chongqing City and Corresponding Measures of Financial System


  • Deng, Li
  • Ran, Guang-he
  • Li, Jie


The thesis researches urban-rural coordination which is incorporated into the framework of “agriculture, rural areas and farmers”, and it focuses on farmers’ human resources development, agricultural industrial adjustment, rural regional coordinated development and so on. The main problems existing in the process of coordinating urban-rural development of Chongqing City are discussed under the foregoing framework. We find that input and flow direction of capital deviating from “agriculture, rural areas and farmers” is the direct cause of insufficient rural educational input, insufficient agricultural input, and irrational rural input, while the fundamental reason lies in the irrational financial policy. Based on this, the measure of innovating upon financial policy and financial system are put forward.

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  • Deng, Li & Ran, Guang-he & Li, Jie, 2011. "The Problems of Coordinating Urban-rural Development of Chongqing City and Corresponding Measures of Financial System," Asian Agricultural Research, USA-China Science and Culture Media Corporation, vol. 2(02), pages 1-7, February.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:asagre:108458
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.108458

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