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Rural Development (China and India: Assessing Sustainability)  

Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability

China and India both have taken different approaches to rural development in an effort to reverse the exploitation that is often pervasive among poor populations whose livelihoods depend on natural resources. While challenges to China involve uneven development over vast territories and India struggles with sufficient productivity, both countries need to adapt to agricultural modernization and new technologies to continue to develop a sustainable rural sector. ...

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