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Complementarity and competition among the various production-marketing sub-systems within the fruit and vegetable industry






Acta Horticulturae (40): 291-303

Complementarity and competition among the various production-marketing sub-systems within the fruit and vegetable industry

This paper has already been abstracted in WAERSA 15, 11, 4912.


Accession: 000322712



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