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Agricultural growth as a development strategy

, : Agricultural growth as a development strategy. Economic Impact ( 66): 24-28

The industrial growth strategy has not fulfilled the expectations of its early advocates in most of the developing countries where it has been followed. In contrast, an agricultural-based development strategy is more than a growth programme. In view of the broad participatory nature of the resulting growth process, it is simultaneously an employment, anti-poverty and income redistribution programme.

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