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Impact of biotechnologies on developing countries



Impact of biotechnologies on developing countries



Development and South South Cooperation 3(5): 94-103



The impact of biotechnologies on society in developing countries must take into consideration the constraints relating to the development of these technologies, the technological dependence which may result for many countries, and the harsh competition with which their products will be confronted, particularly in the food processing sector. The paper examines the impact of biotechnological progress on the agricultural and food processing sectors.

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