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This report looks at how regional policies can support productivity growth and jobs. As a result, central government officials have adopted a different development model that seeks to direct foreign investment to meet specific needs. Massive farmland conversion requires a tremendous amount of funding for resettling the farmers.

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Average annual incomes in the western region remain below the national average. Local tax deductions or exemptions approved by the provincial government.

The rules also apply to organizations that have head offices zong ji gou in central China and have purchased fixed assets through their head office. Local governments also offer preferential land-use policies, such as discounted rental fees, rebates, and accelerated approvals for land use. As such, eight guiding recommendations for building resilient regions after a disaster are drawn. Examinations of patterns of growth reveal that underdeveloped rural and intermediate regions tend to grow faster.

However, not all areas in the western region shared in this progress. Companies should also be aware of the risk of local protectionism, particularly favoritism toward state-owned enterprises. Most of this growth was generated by a handful of eastern and southern provinces, however.

More than counties offer incentives to companies under the Western China Development Strategy. Part I describes the main trends and challenges today. In addition, to compensate farmers for their loss in agricultural profit, the state has committed to supplying them with grains and funds for planting trees and grass. The purpose was not only to support ongoing efforts to build basic infrastructure, but also to call attention to the broad industries the central government wanted to prioritize for development.

The clusters will encourage economic development in surrounding areas and, over time, will connect to create widespread growth across the western region. Land applications for key infrastructure projects will be given additional priority status. Food insecurity and poverty are highly interlinked and have a strong territorial dimension. The plan also aims to develop the region into a major transport hub. Rather, regions grow in very varied ways and the simple concentration of resources in a place is not sufficient for long-term growth.

The Rise of Central China Plan has already shown some positive results. Transformational projects are those that use land for a different purpose than what it had been used for in the past.