Problems and Suggestions of Peasants’ Property Income in Jilin Province

Lanqi SONG, Ziyi LI


Peasant revenue increment has long been an issue of public concern and is widely emphasized since the 16th National Congress of CPC. In the state that it is difficult to increase peasants’ salary net income, family operation net income and metastatic net income in Jilin, there is room to develop to increase their property net income. In Jilin, the defects and deficiencies in rural land property right system, the financial supply and the social security system have limited the increase of peasants’ property income. To take measures and to expedite the development of appropriate institutional arrangements will not only help increase the peasants’ property income in Jilin, but also help increase the peasant net income and promote the prosperity of the rural economy.


Jilin province; Peasant; Property income

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