Recent legal and policy measures demonstrate the commitment of China's central leadership to the development and implementation of a legal framework providing long-term, secure land tenure to its nearly 800 million farmers. The results of a 17 province, 1,621 household survey conducted in August 1999 show that considerable progress has already been made toward this goal. However, a number of key issues related to both the implementation of existing legal rules and the development of additional legislation addressing rural land rights must be addressed for the process to be complete.
Roy Prosterman, Brian Schwarzwalder & Ye Jianping,
Implementation of 30-Year Land Use Rights for Farmers under China's 1998 Land Management Law: An Analysis and Recommendations Based on a 17 Province Survey,
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