Research on the Path of Inclusive Poverty Alleviation in the Minority Regions of the West China

Xiumei TANG

Abstract


Inclusive growth is a kind of the concept of shared growth or the growth which could make the poor benefited. Since the founding of new China, through more than 60 years efforts, production and living conditions of people of all ethnic groups in the west of China have been improved significantly. But for various reasons, compared with the whole country or the east, the economic and social development of the minority regions in the west is very backward. The problem of poverty in minority areas is still outstanding, and it is difficult to get out of poverty. This paper expounds the origin and connotation of “inclusive growth”, and the cause and characteristics of poverty in the western minority areas, and then put forward the personal opinion on the way of promoting the inclusive poverty alleviation in the minority regions of the west.


Keywords


The western minority; Inclusive growth; Poverty alleviation

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