A Review of China's Grain Marketing System Reform
This paper aims to review and evaluate the process of China's grain marketing reform since the late 1970s. It reveals that through 20 years of reform, China's grain marketing system has been greatly liberalised and marketised. Most of the grain is now sold at the market prices. The market structure has changed and private business companies and individuals play an active role in the grain business. These changes have promoted competition and efficiency in grain marketing sector. Despite the...[Show more]
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