Quickening the economic developing pace of Tibetan farming and husbandry in accordance with the requirements of overall-planned urban and rural development
Luo Hua (College of Economics and Management, Tibet University, Lhasa, 850000)
The important and challenging issue of developing a well-rounded better-off society in Tibet lies in that of farming and husbandry, which develops rather slow economically and enjoys rather low living standards because of the long-term influence and confinement of the idea of Dual Economic Structure. It is necessary to quicken the economic developing pace of Tibetan farming and husbandry by overall-planned urban and rural development to bridge the gap between rural and urban areas and gradually to eliminate the idea of Dual Economic Structure. Hence, the structural adjustment of farming and husbandry is to be forced forward, the investment to farming and husbandry is to be enhanced, industrial operating system innovated, small town construction quickened, basic education in area of farming and husbandry reinforced, act of migratory poverty-relief actively pushed on and more and more attention paid to the economic development of the areas of farming and husbandry and the improvement of living standards of the people of farming and husbandry.