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Rapid growth in food production in 16 developing countries, 1961-76



Rapid growth in food production in 16 developing countries, 1961-76



Development Digest 18(2): 20-30



The paper is extracted from Chs 1, 4 and 5 of Rapid Food Production Growth in Selected Developing Countries: A Comparative Analysis of Underlying Trends (Research Report No. 11 of the International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, D.C., October 1979) and was abstracted in WAERSA 21, 2536.

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