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Wang, S.J. and Li, C.X. (2005) Obstacle Analysis and Countermeasure of Transformation of Agricultural Scientific and Technological Achievements in China. Science & Technology and Economy, 18, 27-29.

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  • TITLE: Research on the Development of Agricultural Intellectual Property and the Strategies of Enriching in Rural China

    AUTHORS: Xue Zhang

    KEYWORDS: Agricultural Intellectual Property, Enriching Rural People, Countermeasures

    JOURNAL NAME: American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, Vol.9 No.4, April 8, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Agricultural intellectual property is the core force for the development of agricultural industry, and it is also an important part of the national strategies of strengthening the country. Based on the strategic background of the power of intellectual property, it is far-reaching for the development of agricultural intellectual property to be closely linked with the realization of rural prosperity. Strengthening the transformation of agricultural scientific and technological achievements and improving the core competitiveness of agriculture are important guarantees for the benefit of peasants. In view of the status quo of agricultural intellectual property development in our country, the paper analyzes the existing problems and the challenges faced in the transformation of agricultural scientific and technological achievements and it also proposes some practical strategies to realize the enrichment of the rural areas by agricultural intellectual property, which will provide some theoretical guidance for the early realization of IPR-based agriculture to benefit the farmers.