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The impact of the Green Revolution on the world cereal economy

The impact of the Green Revolution on the world cereal economy

Ekonomista 4: 731-757

The nutritional situation in developing countries makes it urgently necessary to increase their food production. The constantly increasing shortage of home-grown foods cannot be supplemented by imports. It is the production of cereals which needs to be most rapidly increased, since they are the predominant crops cultivated. The improvement of nutrition in the developing countries depends upon the rate of taking advantage of the new intensive varieties.

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