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Chapter 4: Agriculture

, : Chapter 4: Agriculture. Uganda, country economic memorandum, A World Bank country study: 49-72

The chapter, which draws on the findings of a mission by S. Carr and J. Wambia in July 1981 as well as on the economic mission which visited Uganda in August 1981 on which the rest of the report is based, focuses primarily on crop cultivation. Brief discussions of the livestock and fisheries subsectors are given in an annex. The performance of the agricultural sector deteriorated dramatically during the 1970s.

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