Analysis of Corn Supply and Demand and Income Fluctuation Based on Supply-Side Structural Reform
Recently, the country has promoted the supply-side structural reform of the corn industry, and has made certain
progress and effectiveness in adjusting and optimizing the production structure, advancing the reform of the
collection and storage system, and improving the market emergency control mechanism. Many challenges
include low production costs, high production costs and weak long-term competitiveness, inadequate
distribution infrastructure, and low distribution efficiency. The purpose of this paper is to study the supply and
demand and income fluctuations of corn based on supply-side structural reforms. This paper uses Jilin Province
in Northeast China as an example to study the fluctuation of corn production in Jilin Province in recent years.
The experimental results show that in recent years, Jilin Province has continuously expanded the scale of corn
plantation, promoted the rapid development of the corn industry, and created considerable economic benefits.
From the perspective of total corn production, the total corn production in Jilin Province is 22.46777 million
tons, up to 12.61% of the national total corn production. It can be seen that the production level of corn in Jilin
Province is relatively high, and the yield of corn in Jilin Province ’s main corn production areas remains There
is great potential to integrate natural and technical conditions, to further optimize the corn production structure,
and supply-side structural reform strategies have great room for improvement in the future.