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View from a developed country


, : View from a developed country. The future demands change 39th Oxford Farming Conference, The Playhouse Theatre, Oxford, 7th-9th January 1985: 57-70

A brief look at the future as seen by Resources for the Future is presented and some of the likely pressures on agricultural industries throughout the world in the next few years are described.

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