International Comparison, Regional Characteristics and Regulatory Management of Structural Rise in the Prices of Chinese Industrial and Agricultural Products

China's price fluctuations increasingly exhibit significant structural characteristics, and since 2003, there have been several rounds of significant structural price rise. The degree of structural rise in the prices of industrial and agricultural products in China is not only higher than in the general developed countries and developing countries, but also more prominent than in other transition economies. And the structural rise in the prices of Chinese industrial and agricultural products exhibits significant economic zone differences: the structural fluctuations are the greatest in the central and western regions, significantly higher than in the eastern regions as well as the national average. From the perspective of causes of structural rise in the prices of Chinese industrial and agricultural products, the government must aim to coordinate the industrial and agricultural investments and bridge the gap in the industrial and agricultural technologies and supply capacity.


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Issue Date:
2014-04
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/168902
Published in:
Asian Agricultural Research, Volume 06, Issue 04
Page range:
1-9
Total Pages:
5




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