The report selected three villages to analyze their practice and its effects, as well as the policies and institutional obstacles to the independent urbanization of farmers.
After nearly 30-year of development, China has become one of the world's major deep-sea fishing countries, with fisheries accounting for a major of its “going out” policy for agriculture.
The growth of global trade has slowed since the outbreak of the global financial crisis in 2008. The changing global trade structure significantly influences China's trade.
Amid the rapid urbanization process, the huge migrant population - consisting mainly of rural laborers - faces restrictions as migrants are unable to obtain permanent residence status in cities and are not entitled to basic public services.
The agricultural production of industrialized nations shows that once a country can be classified as middle-income, the growth in its agricultural production fluctuates.