Monday, January 25, 2016

As a very important role in the global economy, China has made a huge success of using foreign investment since the reform and opening. China's agriculture has begun using foreign investment in the late 70s when the reform and opening up has just begun. Agriculture is one of the first industries to use foreign investment. Then documents on agriculture has been reissued by the authorities in 2005. This article consists of four parts to discuss the topic "The use of foreign investment in agriculture in China" exchange.


1. Agriculture characteristics using foreign investment in China is summarized according to their development status quo and existing problems in the development process. In addition, the FDI contribution model of agriculture in economic growth is configured to analyze the relationship between agricultural GDP and FDI in agriculture. In addition, it sets up a multivariate model of FDI regression and its influencing factors such as the agricultural level of economic development, human capital, the extent of internationalization and investment climate agricultural, etc. Quantitative analysis can provide data to support government policy.

2. With the introduction of the experience and lessons of agriculture through investments in developed countries (United States and Korea) and international developing countries (Thailand, India, Brazil and Indonesia), some inspirations are designed to use the investment in our agriculture.

3. On the basis of theoretical and empirical analysis of the status quo, problems and factors influencing agriculture using foreign investment, learning experiences and international lessons, which comes with the findings and suggestions the policy as follows: Agriculture in China It should strengthen the development and explore the market potential; improve the climate for investment in agriculture and improve the superiority of the introduction of foreign capital; high quality intensify introduction of foreign investment and increase efficiency using; improve monitoring and control of both domestic and foreign markets, and establish consumed rules and regulations.