Research on Situation, Problems and Measures of Land Indicator in Rural Implementation

Yadong XU

Abstract


Through field research of Huimin Subdistrict, Ba’nan District, Chongqing, the paper analyzes collected basic data and describes the exposed problem of land indicator in rural operation: The process of “turn country into city” is slow, government credibility drops; the area before and after surveying is different, which intensifies the contradiction between town government and individuals; peasants expand ancillary facility land of homestead; peasants are too old, so they cannot suit to urban life; land utilization efficiency after reclamation is not high; capital acquired by peasants don’t flow into country; the group fund supervision of village is difficult. The paper proposes four suggestions: clarify rural land property right and type and improve degree of accuracy of initial surveying; improve land indicator trade system and promote land indicator landing; look for good rural and agricultural project and vitalize fund; improve supervision system and realize publicity and transparency.

Keywords


Land indicator; Data analysis; Problem; Suggestion

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