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provincial finance in comprehensive agricultural development projects, through the establishment of farmers’ professional cooperatives and leading enterprises innovation industry close profit mechanism, focus on the development of regional industries, strengthen the industry support the development of modern agriculture. In the past three years, the provincial finance supporting leading enterprises project development pilot industry 6, pilot projects to support the development of "one county, one special industry 12, 33 farmer cooperatives or holding farmers association to participate in the ownership, drive more farmers to benefit.

day before the reporter learned from the Provincial Department of finance, the Provincial Department of finance to the industrial development and the "one county, a special industrial development pilot work leading enterprises from 2013, to encourage farmers’ professional cooperatives and Farmers Association on behalf of the farmers in the leading enterprises holdings, holdings of financial funds accounted for 30% of the total project funds, the holding period of 5 year (Provisional), after the expiration of the period according to the national policy requirements and the two sides will make further adjustments, while equity and dividend quantifies every farmer cooperatives and related farmers. According to the practice of three years, establishing the benefit mechanism of leading enterprises and farmers’ professional cooperatives in the industry, effectively enhance the local characteristic advantage industry development scale and industrialization level, accelerate the formation of a county a special agricultural industrial pattern at the same time, to allow more farmers to share the processing and sales of value-added income.

 

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The funds will be returned to its investors as the firm seeks to claw back losses incurred during the financial crisis.Candover also announced long-standing chairman Gerry Grimstone plans to step down after the sale closes, adding “the search for a successor has begun”.Malcolm Fallen, Candover’s chief executive, said: “This is the last significant step in implementing our plans to return cash to shareholders over time.“The sale of CPL to its executives will create an independent, motivated and incentivised manager focused on maximising and realising the value in the portfolio.”Candover’s move to sell its portfolio of companies and return cash to investors follows a failed attempt to sell the business in August.The firm was undone by a series of ill-judged acquisitions at the height of the boom. But when the market went sour, Candover saw the net value of its assets fall by half and was forced to allow investors a chance to cancel outstanding commitments to the fund.The Candover Partners sale comes after an announcement in September that it had agreed the sale of its Equity Trust unit to private equity rival Doughty Hanson, in a deal valuing the business at £297m.It also said in October a deal to sell its Ontex nappy-making business to US buyout firm TPG and the private equity unit of Goldman Sachs had gained EU regulatory approval.The sale of the remainder of Candover’s assets could still take years to complete, with the firm insisting there will be no fire-sale.GERRY GRIMSTONECANDOVERCHARISMATIC chairman Gerry Grimstone will soon sever his relationship with Candover that has lasted over a decade. The 60-year-old announced yesterday he will step down when the sale of Candover Partners Limited to a group of its executives closes next year. 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