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On December 27, Jeshua University, China's Center for Poverty Alleviation and Development, and the Social Science Literature Publishing House jointly released "Blue Book of Contiguous Areas: China's Controversial Area Development .

Blue Book Conference reporter Zhang Zhongyin photographed

The report states that the important mission of eliminating industrial poverty in poverty-stricken areas is "eliminating poverty in a timely manner". It has to adapt not only to local conditions, to reflect characteristics, to highlight competitive advantages, to enhance market adaptation and competitiveness, but also to explore poverty alleviation industries. The method of healthy operation underscores the benefits of poverty alleviation industry.
The editor-in-chief of the report, Jesu University professor Yoon Jun, suggested that the use of poverty alleviation funds in the industry should be modernized and the impact of poverty on existing industries should be realized. Industrial poverty alleviation funds have a large share of poverty alleviation funds, with a share of about 50% to 70%. In the meantime, "falling on the books" is also the most serious of the funds.

When analyzing the reasons, you said June that one is that some industries are too risky and are afraid to spend money for drainage. Secondly, some industries have high altitudes and poor households Thirdly, it is the responsibility of the elimination of industrial poverty and poor rural workers. Or village cadres have limited potential for industrial development.

To address the problem of funds that exist, you believe that improving the performance of industrial poverty alleviation funds is a prerequisite for improving the effectiveness of industrial poverty alleviation.

In particular, it is important to get rid of the misunderstanding of "industrial poverty reduction funds for the new development of poverty alleviation industries." For those industries that have a specific growth base, as long as they meet the needs of poor households, they are relatively inclusive and beneficial. This will help fund poverty alleviation. In fact, existing industries still have great potential for poverty alleviation, and their effects on poverty alleviation must be fully realized.
You Jun said that they are too decentralized to avoid the decay and decentralization of industrial poverty alleviation funds. Instead, county-level industrial poverty alleviation funds should be set up, and used in the county to bid and use funds to reduce poverty. Poverty alleviation work is closely linked, adheres to the rules of industrial development, and offers the competitive advantages of market players in existing industries and industrial development.