Without title to rural land or urban residency, China's new city dwellers are unlikely to feel secure enough to spend as much on consumption as its leaders would like. Photo: Reuters Without title to rural land or urban residency, China's new city dwellers are unlikely to feel secure enough to spend as much on consumption as its leaders would like. Photo: Reuters
Without title to rural land or urban residency, China's new city dwellers are unlikely to feel secure enough to spend as much on consumption as its leaders would like. Photo: Reuters

China's third plenum

China's urbanisation push needs land reform, freer residency rights in cities

Topic |   China's third plenum
Without title to rural land or urban residency, China's new city dwellers are unlikely to feel secure enough to spend as much on consumption as its leaders would like. Photo: Reuters Without title to rural land or urban residency, China's new city dwellers are unlikely to feel secure enough to spend as much on consumption as its leaders would like. Photo: Reuters
Without title to rural land or urban residency, China's new city dwellers are unlikely to feel secure enough to spend as much on consumption as its leaders would like. Photo: Reuters
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