Farmland Acquisition System in China: Problems and Responses



There is an increasing interesting in improvement China’s farmland acquisition in the context of there are too many problems existed in the current farmland acquisition, which not only gives rise to wealth gap, brings about urban sprawl, but also causes environmental degradation. So, this paper aims at putting forward some feasible policy suggestion to improve the current farmland acquisition system in China based on analyzing its problems and making an attempt to give out the reason.

Key words: Farmland acquisition; Acquisition system; Land administration; China


Farmland acquisition; Acquisition system; Land administration; China


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