Innovation of Zhanjiang Rural Land Circulation Financing Mode under inter Period Credit
DOI: 10.23977/ferm.2020.030111 | Downloads: 4 | Views: 213
Shanshan Hu 1, Zhaogang Fu 2, Luying Chen 2, Hongtao Shen 3
1 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education school, Lingnan Normal University, Cunjin Road, Zhanjiang, China
2 Business school, Lingnan Normal University, Cunjin Road, Zhanjiang, China
3 Law school, Lingnan Normal University, Cunjin Road, Zhanjiang, China
Corresponding AuthorZhaogang Fu
At present, all parts of China are actively exploring the land transfer. Banks and other financial institutions take this opportunity to innovate financing models, activate rural land assets, and open up the blood of rural finance. In order to overcome the erosion of uncertain factors on the value of land income right, this paper takes Zhanjiang City as an example to explore the innovative management of land circulation management, and expects to achieve the expected financing effect of the cross period allocation of income right.
KEYWORDSInter Period Credit; Land Management Circulation; Financing
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Shanshan Hu, Zhaogang Fu, Luying Chen, Hongtao Shen. Innovation of Zhanjiang Rural Land Circulation Financing Mode under inter Period Credit. Financial Engineering and Risk Management (2020) 3: 76-81. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/ferm.2020.030111.
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