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Agricultural development in Africa and the supply of manufactured goods


, : Agricultural development in Africa and the supply of manufactured goods. Agricultural development in Africa and the supply of manufactured goods: 129pp.

In the absence of farm inputs a decline in agricultural yields is inevitable and if consumer goods are not available, farmers reduce their production for the market as they see no point in increasing unusable cash holdings.

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Accession: 001748597

DOI: 10.2307/1242645

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