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Rural Priority
Everyday problems for farmers, like education, medical care and social insurance, need to be addressed with great care. China can hardly achieve social stability and advancement without agricultural stability and advancement
Agricultural Resolution

Farmers and the Central Government share a common New Year's resolution this year: boosting the country's grain production. Climate conditions and natural disasters in recent years have brought uncertainties to China's grain production where space is already small to increase the sowing area. Because of these unfavorable conditions, redoubled efforts are called for to improve the country's agricultural production

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Major Tasks for 2011

1. Substantially increase financial support to the agricultural sector, the countryside and farmers.

2. Focus on agricultural production and ensure the effective supply of major agricultural products.

3. Energetically improve the circulation and market regulation of farm produce, try to keep the prices of farm produce at a reasonable level, smooth the circulation channels for farm produce and accelerate the establishment of farm produce marketing networks with low circulation costs and high operation efficiency.

4. Strengthen agriculture-related technology development and equipment construction and provide a strong basis to support agricultural development.

5. Concentrate on ensuring and improving rural livelihoods.

6. Further advance rural reform and revitalize rural development.

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