Policies Research of Crop Protection & Seed in China
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 29 Pages
|中國的作物保護/種子相關政策 Policies Research of Crop Protection & Seed in China|
|出版日期: 2014年05月12日||內容資訊: 英文 29 Pages||
On one hand, enterprises' ownership reform has taken the lead in the economic reform in China in recent years. At the same time, China's agriculture industry is still facing many problems, such as grain security, land reform and environmental pollution, while the Chinese government has promulgated a series of policies or regulations to encounter this situation.
An increasing number of state-owned enterprises and enterprises of other ownership will develop into enterprises with diversified ownership through not only mergers and reorganizations, but also crossshareholding of different forms of capital, such as state-owned capital, collective capital and non-public capital.
China is a policy-oriented country as well as a large agricultural country
How those reforming policies influence China's enterprises engaged in crop protection and seed? You can find the answer through this report which has unfolded related policies accompanied by further explanations for you. How are those policies or regulations working in China's crop protection and seed enterprises? Can foreign investors of crop protection and seed benefit from that? In order to find the actual answer, CCM has done a lot of research on related policies and investigation on those enterprises engaged in crop protection and seed.
Give policy explanation and insight for you to guide your investing behaviors and business decision-making.
In order to create a conductive environment for sustained and healthy economic development, the Chinese government has placed great emphasis on economic reform in these years. Since enterprises play a vital role in the economic development, their ownership reform takes the lead in the economic reform. And some polices published by the government have achieved initial results, for example, more and more state-owned enterprises and enterprises of other ownership have developed into ones with diversified ownership.
Agriculture is the foundation of economic development. Thus, policies will still focus on supporting the establishment of large agriculture enterprises, which aims to attract more capital & investments in the domestic agriculture industry. In the 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015) released in 2011, the reform of state-owned enterprises was highlighted. State-owned enterprises, especially large-scale ones, are suggested or promoted to get listed on the stock market, allowing more non-public capital to be involved in the enterprise reform.
Grain security has always been an important issue in China and the pesticide and seed industries are the basis of agriculture. Based on the guide of the Decision of the Central Government on Major Issues Concerning Comprehensively Deepening Reforms, the pesticide industry will deepen the development of diversified ownership reform, which will focus on the integration and utilization of capital, such as modern enterprise system reform and enterprise expansion. On the other hand, according to the Crop Seed Production and Operation License Measures in 2011, the registered capital for applying hybrid rice and corn seed production license rose from XXXX to XXXX while that for applying crop seed production license for import & export business increased from XXXX to XXXX.
To promote the scale operation of agriculture and the development of agriculture industrialization, the land reform in China will focus on the transfer of land use rights and property rights. Moreover, the land policies aim to create a standard system to protect farmers' property rights during the transference of land use rights to large agricultural enterprises, family farms or big farmers, which will largely concentrate agricultural lands and develop scale operation. With the development of urbanization, a highly-efficient distribution of crop planting is a must. The policy of minimum price of crops is to protect farmers' enthusiasm for crop planting.
To better ensure crop security and output in China, agricultural technologies will play a more significant role, which mainly concern irrigation, gene modified technology, the building of high-standard farmlands as well as the R&D of crop seeds.
The Chinese government will continue to support the global expansion of domestic agricultural enterprises through the development of agricultural technology demonstration projects, agriculture investments, production base building and international trading.