China: China's 2020 Agricultural Policy Document Stays the Course

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On February 6, 2020, the Chinese government released the annual policy guidelines on agriculture and rural development, also known as the 2020 No. 1 Document. This report contains an unofficial translation of the document and a summary of key policy priorities, most of which remain unchanged from previous years.

China: China's 2020 Agricultural Policy Document Stays the Course

 

 

 

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