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Problems and countermeasures in the investment and financing of rural small-scale water conservancy facilities in China


  • Du, Jun-nan


Small-scale irrigation and water conservancy facilities are significant to the improvement of agricultural infrastructure. Construction of small-scale irrigation and water conservancy facilities in rural China is seriously lagged at present. Many small-scale water conservancies are seriously aged or totally damaged without maintaining. Some measures should be adopted to enhance the construction of rural small-scale water conservancy facilities, such as increasing fiscal input, realizing the diversification of financing ways, reasonably directing the financing and laborers recruiting of the mass.

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  • Du, Jun-nan, 2009. "Problems and countermeasures in the investment and financing of rural small-scale water conservancy facilities in China," Asian Agricultural Research, USA-China Science and Culture Media Corporation, vol. 1(02), February.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:asagre:53486

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