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Countermeasures for Agricultural Economic Development in the Internet + Era

Zheng Liu

Abstract


Under the environment of social informatization development, both people ' s life style and economic development level have been significantly improved. Agriculture is the pillar industry of China ' s economic development and should be valued and supported by people and other sectors of society. Agricultural economy is the premise condition of realizing social sustainable development and it should carry out a major reform. With the rapid development of social economy and the innovative application of Internet technology, agricultural development is also in a state of instant synchronization. In recent years, the government has attached great importance to agricultural development and provided policy and financial support. In order to complete the building of a moderately prosperous society in all respects as soon as possible, full integration of Internet technology and agricultural economy is an inevitable path for agricultural development. In this case, this paper focuses on the development direction of "Internet + agriculture" and analyzes and explores the development countermeasures of agricultural economy in the era of Internet + .


Keywords


Internet + ; Agricultural Economy; Development Exploration

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i1.1839

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