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Rapid food production growth in selected developing countries: a comparative analysis of underlying trends, 1961-76



Rapid food production growth in selected developing countries: a comparative analysis of underlying trends, 1961-76



Research Report, International Food Policy Research Institute (11): 98



Of the 24 rapid-growth DME (developing market economy) countries, 16 were selected for this study: Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Ghana, Iran, the Ivory Coast, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Pakistan, Paraguay, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, the Sudan, Thailand, and Tunsia. These represented 99 percent of staple food production and 97 percent of population of the whole group in 1976. This study focuses on the sources of growth and changes in the pattern of food production in these 16 countries.

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