Improve the Investment and Financing Environment and Promote Sustainable Development of Agriculture in Shandong Province, China

Xiaoping SUN

Abstract


With rapid development of the economy, the industrialization of agriculture of Shandong Province has been expanded, and the investment and the demand for funding also increased. However, agricultural production has a greater vulnerability, constrained by natural conditions, and must rely on external investment and financing support. And good rural finance environment, can promote the healthy development of the financial industry, in turn strongly support and promote economic development and social progress. Conversely, poor financial environment will hinder the healthy and orderly development of the financial sector and ultimately affect the overall economic growth. This article aims to make a in-depth research on the environment for agricultural financing of various regions of Shandong Province and analyzes the problems and shortcomings of the soft environment for agricultural financing, and gives policy proposals, so as to provide reference views for the built of rural finance environment of Shandong province.

Key words: Agriculture investment; Financing;  Financial environment; Methods


Keywords


Agriculture investment; Financing; Financial environment; Methods



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.mse.1913035X20110504.Z4R100

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