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Resource flows to agriculture in developing countries



Resource flows to agriculture in developing countries



Canadian farm economics: 12(4) 17-23



The ultimate solution to the problem of food shortages in developing countries lies in increased production in these countries. to arrive at this solution, there must be increased investment in their agriculture from both internal and external sources. agriculture is receiving high priority in Canada's development assistance strategy.

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