Industry Poverty Alleviation and Development in Continuous Destitute Areas: Based on the Status Analysis of the Wuling Mountains Region

Zhizhang WANG, Cuicui HE

Abstract


As an effective way of poverty alleviation, the poverty alleviation through industry plays an important role in China’s poverty alleviation and development career. After years of poverty alleviation and development, the industry poverty alleviation in Wuling Mountains has obtained certain achievements, but it still has some problems, such as unreasonable industrial structure, the limit of poverty alleviation’s leading ability and so on. Based on the case study of the Wuling Mountains, this paper analyzes present situation and reasons of the industry poverty alleviation of the region, and puts forward some suggestions for poverty alleviation, such as strengthening regional government coordination, making the special advantage industries bigger and stronger, establishing demonstration zone of industry poverty alleviation, fostering leading enterprises vigorously and so on, which can provide decision support for the government at all levels to innovate the model of poverty alleviation and win the battle for the poverty alleviation in the new period.

Keywords


Continuous destitute areas; Wuling Mountains; Industry poverty alleviation; Countermeasures

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References


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Sun, Z. G., & Liu, Z. Y. (2012). National poverty alleviation leading enterprises and industry poverty alleviation of Wuling Mountain area. Shaanxi Journal of Agricultural Sciences, (6), 198-202. (in Chinese).

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F3901

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