Liao Ronghua, Chen Xiangman
The urban rural integration is an inevitable outcome of regional economic development in a certain stage and is objectively exhibited as the evolution of settlement location and distribution, that is, the turning from spot distribution to area distribution of the settlement in developed areas, while in less developed areas, from spot distribution to linear distribution. The evolution of the settlement location and distribution is an inevitable result of economic development in the urban rural integration, which is restricted by factors affecting economic development, on the other hand, it is also an important factor affecting and restricting economic development. In the process of the urban rural integration, modern transportation orientation, modern market orientation, modern industrial orientation and modern population orientation are important motive force, and influence the basic pattern of the settlement location and distribution, which plays a speeding or delaying role in regional economic development.
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