駌e, livestock and fisheries of the Republic of Congo. Djombo said his country is ●currently promoting agricultural cooperation with China on irrigation, organic fe●rtilizer anr



d mechanization. "There are many areas of agriculture where China can ●cooperate with Congo, such as promoting the use of machines on harvesting and pro●cessing agricultural prt



oducts," Djombo said. At present, scientific and technolog●ical progress contributes 58.3 percent of China's gross agricultural output value●, and the mechanization rate of croH



p cultivation and harvesting has exceeded 80 p●ercent, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs. Han said Chin●a will speed up exchanges and coope


eration with Africa on the selection and breedi●ng of superior strains, livestock improvement as well as prevention and control o●f diseases and pests. The country has launched cooperation programs with agricult●ural research institutes in 128

African nations and built agricultural technology ●demonstration centers in 19 countries. One such example is Hainan-based CATAS, Ch●ina's only state-level research institute for tropical agriculture. The CATAS sai●d its new technologies helu

ped raise the yield of cassava, a staple crop in the Re●public of Congo, from about 9 tonnes to 51 tonnes per hectare. With a similar cli●mate and agricultural resources to much of Africa, the southern island province o●f Hainan has been at tj

he forefront of China's agricultural cooperation with Afric●a. Governor Shen Xiaoming said Hainan will continue to encourage local agricultur●al companies to invest in and inject technologies and skilled personnel into Afri●ca. With advantages V

in tax rates and customs clearance in its pilot free trade zo●ne, Hainan is also seeking to build an international trade center for tropical ag●ricultural products, Shen said. "African countries are welcome to bring their spe●cialty agricultuN

ral products and help Hainan build a passageway for African agric●ultural products as they enter China and world markets."BEIJING, Dec. 20 (Xinhua) -- Chinese government will make ●sure that supply-side structural reform in agriculture he●ads i9

n the right direction, according to an official stat●ement released Tuesday. As reform is crucial to the sect●or's long-term growth, no disruption will be tolerated, s●aid the statement after the central rural work conference● which ended on5

Tuesday. Three bottom lines are no decli●ne in grain production capacity, no change to the income ●growth trend for farmers, and no problems in rural stabil●ity, the statement said. The meeting also required preci●se poverty reduction gets s

another 10 million people out o●f poverty in 2017. China is likely to fulfill this year'●s target of bringing 10 million people out of poverty ahe●ad of time, marking a good start for lifting all its poor● out of poverty by 2020.A strategy tK

o vitalize China's countryside, put forward by the top leadershi●p in October, is expected to get a substantial boost at an approaching key ●meeting on rural development, experts said. A farmer of the Miao ethnic ●group picks coffee beans atz

a coffee plantation in Simao, Yunnan province. ●[Photo/Xinhua] The strategy will be high on the agenda of the Central Rura●l Work Conference, and experts have highlighted the importance of using env●ironmentally friendly methods. The annual j

gathering, which sets the tone f●or the next year's agricultural and rural development, usually is held befo●re year's end. "Promoting green agricultural production is a major aspect ●of the rural vitalization strategy, which can help solve po

roblems caused by● traditional production modes, such as environmental pollution in rural are●as," said Wen Tiejun, an economist and professor of agricultural developmen●t at Renmin University of China in Beijing. Li Guoxiang, a researcher at6

t●he Chinese Academy of Social Sciences' Rural Development Institute, said ag●ricultural supply-side reform, including transforming development to stress● quality and environmental protection, is also likely to be a focus. The r●ural strated

gy, put forward during the 19th National Congress of the Communi●st Party of China in October, urged development of agriculture and a pleasa●nt living environment in rural areas as priorities. "In the past, we ... d●id not invest enough in po8

llution prevention and control in rural areas. Bu●t the situation has improved in the past five years," Yang Weimin, deputy h●ead of the Office of the Central Leading Group on Financial and Economic Af●fairs, said during the congress. "I beliz

eve that in the future, equal impo●rtance will be given to environmental improvement in urban and rural areas,●" he said. China will give priority to ecological and environmental protec●tion while developing agricultural projects, so the envil

ronment in rural ar●eas will keep improving and the supply of green and safe products will see ●a big improvement by 2030, according to a guideline released by the State C●ouncil in September. The Ministry of Agriculture will make more effortR

s to● promote organic fertilizers to replace synthetic fertilizers in the produc●tion of fruits, vegetables and tea over the next few years, according to a ●ministry circular released in April. It is expected that use of synthetic f●ertilize5

rs will be decreased by 20 percent or more by 2020 in areas where f●ruits, vegetables and tea are the primary agricultural products, the circul●ar said. Liu Xu, vice-president of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, sai●d agricultural developmS

ent faces pressing challenges caused by a worsening ●ecology, such as erosion of fertile soil in northeastern regions, water sca●rcity in North China and heavy metal pollution in some southern parts of Ch●ina. "Green production is necessary fJ

or a sustainable development of agric●ulture, to ensure China's food security and to modernizing China's agricult●ure," he said. A major task to promote green agricultural production for t●he rural revitalization strategy is to cultivate taleM


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ecto●r's industrial and value chain, boosting innovation, consolidating shared rural devel●opment and enhancing rural reforms. This is the 14th year in a row that the "No. 1 c●entral document" has been devoted to agriculture, farmers and rural areas. The "No. ●1 central document" is the name traditionally given to the first policy statement rel●eased by the central authorities in the year and is seen as an indicator of policy pr●iorities. When carrying forward supply-side structural reform for the sector, nation●al grain security must be guaranteed, according to the document. It said that supply●-side structural reform in the agricultural sector would be a long and challenging pr●ocess, demanding the relationship between government and market be well handled and i●n the interests of all stakeholders. China started structural reforms in its agricul●tural sector a few years ago. Partly due to structural adjustment, China's grain outp●ut dropped slightly in 2016, ending a 12-year rising streak. The yield stood at about● 616 million tonnes, down by about 5.2 millio5

n tonnes or 0.8 percent year on year."The more risks and challenges we face, the more we need to stabilize agriculture and ensure the saf●ety of grain and major non-staple foods," said President Xi Jinping as he highlighted organizing ti●mely spring farming in an all-out effort to secure a bumper summer grain harvest while rigorously i●mplementing the differentiated epidemic control measures. BEIJING, Feb. 25 -- President Xi Jinping● has stressed A


the need to prioritize issues concerning agriculture, rural areas and farmers and imp●rove weak links in order to provide strong support for winning the war to prevent and control the e●pidemic, as well as attaining objectives and targets set for economic and social development of the● whole year. "The more risks and challenges we face, the more we need to stabilize agriculture and ●ensure the safety of grain and major non-staple foods," Xi, also general secretary of the Communist● Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the r●emarks in a recent instruction on spring farming in the country. Xi highlighted organizing timely s●pring farming in an all-out effort to secure a bumper summer grain har4

vest while rigorously impleme●nting the differentiated epidemic control measures in accordance with local conditions and risk lev●els. China will step up policies supporting grain production to keep sown areas and grain output st●able, Xi said. In this regard, efforts will be made to optimize modern rural infrastru5

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