@yogthos China's farmland at risk? Private land ownership is banned in China. Under China's current Household Responsibility System (HRS), started in the early 1980s, all rural land is owned by rural collectives, which allocate contract rights for parcels of farmland to eligible households.China does not allow private ownership of real property. All land is either subject to government ownership or collective ownership. You can lease property for 70 yrs (land) and own the building on it, but keeping the building is not guaranteed. A foreigner can only own one property in China, and that property must be residential. ... For example, in Beijing, you must pay taxes and social security for at least five years before you are permitted to buy a property.
Writer Scribe Scribbler Letterate blah blah blah...I read the ICPP report, 200 authors, not much new or alarming information. Read it.
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