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Cheating by grain traders in Ethiopia


, : Cheating by grain traders in Ethiopia. Northeast African Studies 4(1): 27-32

In December 1970, two studies of cheating by grain merchants were being conducted independently in the Assella and Debre Zeit areas of Ethiopia, by the Planning and Evaluation Section of the Chilalo Agricultural Development Unit (CADU) project; the other by the present author in the Debre Zeit market place.

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