The Third Plenum and Rural Property Rights: Decisions in the Right Direction
Dealing with the ownership of land, especially rural land, has been a vexed question in China ever since Deng Xiaoping's reforms began thirty-five years ago. In the countryside China still retains in name the collective system of land ownership first introduced in the 1950s, although in the reform era land-use rights have often been contracted out to individual farming households. In recent years the unjust requisitioning of collectively-owned rural land by local governments so that they can...[Show more]
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