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Grain marketing policies and institutions in developing countries

Grain marketing policies and institutions in developing countries

Finance and Development 24(1): 37-40

Parastatal monopoly and official control over grain marketing does not have a good record in Africa. African grain marketing policies and institutions are now turning, sometimes deliberately, sometimes by default, to more indigenous and open systems. The institutions involved are flexible, self financing and self managing. They are also low-cost, responsive to economic opportunities, often quite small, and frequently run by women.

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