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Countermeasure Research on Problems Impeding Farmers’ Successful Entrepreneurship in Minority Areas


  • Feng, Xiao-jin
  • Xu, Cong-wei


By investigating the problem of farmers’ entrepreneurship in Gongcheng Yaozu Autonomous County, lying in Guilin, Guangxi, the thesis expounds the existing problems impacting farmers’ successful entrepreneurship in minority areas as follows: firstly, the musty idea of local cadre is obstacle to farmers’ successful entrepreneurship; secondly, the problems of scattered farmers’ entrepreneurship resources, waste and shortage of resources impact good effect of entrepreneurship; thirdly, farmers lack awareness of characteristics and brand, influencing the market competitiveness of products; fourthly, the existence of smallholder consciousness critically hampers the marketization and internationalization of entrepreneurship accomplishments; fifthly, the government pays no attention to the construction of industrial chain, which makes farmers’ entrepreneurship lack sustainability. Based on these, corresponding countermeasures are put forward to promote farmers’ successful entrepreneurship in minority areas as follows: firstly, we should update local leaders’ ideas and emphasize the positive role of farmers’ successful entrepreneurship in county economic development; secondly, we should integrate local entrepreneurship resources and promote the efficiency of farmers’ entrepreneurship; thirdly, we should foster the consciousness of brand and characteristics and strengthen the market competitiveness of entrepreneurship accomplishments; fourthly, we should strengthen the construction of industrial chain to promote sustainable development of farmers’ entrepreneurship.

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  • Feng, Xiao-jin & Xu, Cong-wei, 2011. "Countermeasure Research on Problems Impeding Farmers’ Successful Entrepreneurship in Minority Areas," Asian Agricultural Research, USA-China Science and Culture Media Corporation, vol. 3(04), April.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:asagre:113489

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