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Coronavirus: could China’s rural land reform plan unleash a new round of economic growth?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese reformers are urging the government to push forward with a long-awaited rural land reform plan they argue will unleash growth, as the coronavirus pandemic and disputes with major trading partners reshape the economic environment.Some observers believe land reform will provide the world’s second largest economy with a boost in the way that housing privatisation did in 1998 and China’s ascension into the World Trade Organisation did in 2001.Though that is still a matter of debate, many…

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Chinese reformers are urging the government to push forward with a long-awaited rural land reform plan they argue will unleash growth, as the coronavirus pandemic and disputes with major trading partners reshape the economic environment.Some observers believe land reform will provide the world’s second largest economy with a boost in the way that housing privatisation did in 1998 and China’s ascension into the World Trade Organisation did in 2001.Though that is still a matter of debate, many…

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