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The impact of agricultural price policy in developing countries

Intereconomics 23(1): 19-24

The impact of agricultural price policy in developing countries

With agricultural price policies under closer review in many developing countries, and a growing tendency to rely more on market forces, this paper looks at the impact agricultural price policies have had on the performance of the agricultural sectors in developing countries.

Accession: 001709891

DOI: 10.1007/bf02929963

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