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Agricultural development opportunities for the 1990s

, : Agricultural development opportunities for the 1990s. Food Policy Statement, International Food Policy Research Institute ( 10): 4pp.

A number of broad issues in agricultural development are examined: poverty, hunger, conservation of the environment, trade, and stability. It is argued that the 1990s can be a decade in which major studies are made to eliminate hunger and poverty worldwide. In order to obtain such a result, developing countries must concentrate on a strategy that emphasizes growth in the smallholder, labour-intensive agricultural sector.

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