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The need for industrial cooperation over agricultural machinery in the Sahel region



The need for industrial cooperation over agricultural machinery in the Sahel region



Development of the agricultural machinery industry in developing countries Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, Amsterdam, 23-26 January 1984 A Moens and AHJ Siepman, compilers: 322-326



A well planned and executed coordination policy among machinery industries in the Sahel region would create the following opportunities: (1) standardization of machinery designs to allow large scale production and economies of scale; (2) reduction of production costs at firm, national and regional levels through specialization and division of production tasks; and (3) increasing research facilities and technological transfer within the region.

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