China acts to empower peasantry

10/13/2008 | NYTimes.com

Chinese authorities have moved forward with plans to allow the country's peasantry to buy and sell land-use rights for the first time, a major shift in China's ongoing economic reform that authorities hope will improve the lot of the country's 800 million peasants and lend more staying power to the goal of self-sufficient food production.

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