Obstacles and Countermeasures For Building Unified Urban and Rural Construction Land Market

Jinlong CHEN


Long-existing urban-rural dualistic structure system in our country has formed separated land use markets and seriously distorted rural land market price and reasonable allocation on land resource. The research takes rural-urban construction land use as objective, expounds its current situation and analyzes those obstructive conditions hindered construction of unified rural-urban land use market at the same time offers logical measures, to finally realize “same land, same right, same price” among rural collective construction land and urban (state) construction land and to provide theoretical basis and policy support for unified construction land market.


Collective construction land; Urban and rural construction land market; Build unified market; Building obstacles and countermeasures

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