An article in The China Daily states the case that if farmers are not protected from commercial land acquisitions that undermine their land rights, it will continue to create social instability and disrupt agricultural productivity. The article reports on the findings of Landesa’s land rights survey of 17 provinces in China. To read the article,
Calum MacLeod reports in USA Today on the rise of rural land takings, first reported in Landesa’s survey across 17 provinces in China. The article draws from the survey’s key findings and quotes Landesa’s senior attorney in China, Li Ping. To read this article that spotlights farmers in the line of fire, and Chinese agriculture at a crossroads,
A fact sheet on commercial land acquisitions around the world outlining the historical context, facts, misconceptions, risks, benefits, recommendations for investors, and resources for further reading.
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Today, March 8, 2011, on the one hundredth anniversary of international women’s day, […]
Landesa’s 17-province survey finds that reforms have boosted farm incomes but significant
challenges remain. To read highlights from our findings and what they mean for China’s future, download our press release PDF here.