At the same time, the sector also has policy support. - The Third Plenary Session of the 17th CPC Central Committee reviewed and adopted the "Decision of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on Promoting Rural Reform and Development." The key issue is the reform of the rural land transfer system. Prior to this, General Secretary Hu Jintao clearly stated that â€œbased on family contracted management, the unified and integrated double-dealing management system is the cornerstone of the partyâ€™s rural policy. Not only does the existing land contractual relationship need to remain stable and last forever. Grant farmers more fully and guaranteed land contractual management rights, and expressed that "allowing farmers to transfer land in a variety of forms and contracting management rights to develop moderately scaled operations." In addition, if the scope of land circulation is liberalized, commercial capital can be introduced into rural areas to increase agricultural production efficiency through large-scale acquisition or renting of land for agricultural modernization and industrialization. It is worthy of investors' attention that if China implements large-scale agricultural production, it will greatly promote the demand for agricultural fertilizer. Fertilizer for agriculture Due to the scale and industrialization of farming, the market demand will be several times that of previous family-style workshop farming!
The state has successively introduced a number of supportive policies to support "agriculture, rural areas and farmers", and continued preferential policies for fertilizer production energy prices, railway transportation prices, and taxation, thus providing rare opportunities for chemical fertilizer companies. Fertilizer industry is a booming industry in the country. According to the statistics of the agricultural sector, the consumption of fertilizers in agriculture from 1980 to the present time has been increasing and has maintained a sustained growth rate of 7.3% for 25 years. According to the prediction of the agricultural sector, the demand for fertilizers will continue to grow in the future. By 2030, our population will reach 1.6 billion. The per capita food grain output by 400 kg should be 640 million tons. To achieve this goal alone, it is not practical to increase the sown area because the reduction of arable land must rely on increasing the production of urea to achieve this goal, ie, the production of urea must be increased. Therefore, the prospects facing the relevant fertilizer production enterprises are very bright.