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The food problem in the developing countries and the fertilizer monopoly



The food problem in the developing countries and the fertilizer monopoly



IPW Berichte 3(11): 21-26



The study reviews the acute food problem in developing countries, discusses the essential role of chemical fertilizers in increasing food production in these countries, and criticises the negative attitude of international chemical firms in dealing with the problem.

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