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Agriculture in Indochina: is there growth after equity?



Agriculture in Indochina: is there growth after equity?



Southeast Asia Chronicle (87): 25



The fundamental problems which must be solved through agricultural policies are very similar in any developing country. The twin challenges are productivity and equity: agriculture must become more productive to feed a growing population, an increasing proportion of which does not produce its own food, and the products must be so distributed that people can meet their basic needs. The articles describe and analyze some of the steps now under way in Vietnam and Kampuchea to achieve these ends.

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