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The Analysis of the Participation of Private Capital in Rural Financial Institutions—Based on the research in Wenzhou, China

DOI: 10.4236/jfrm.2012.12004, PP. 21-26

Keywords: Wenzhou, Rural Financing, Private Capital, Informal Finance, Indirect Investment

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As one of the world’s largest country, agriculture plays a significant role in China and financial support is of great important in modern agriculture. This paper is mainly based on the survey about the funds demand and funds supply of rural financing, focusing on the existing problems and obstacles of the current financing, the will, the tendency, the way and the path selection of private capital owners in Wenzhou to invest rural financial institution, as well as investment risk evaluation and management may meet measures.


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