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Agricultural interaction in Southern Africa: cooperation or confrontation?

, : Agricultural interaction in Southern Africa: cooperation or confrontation?. IAAE Occasional Paper, International Association of Agricultural Economists (4): 170-175

Apart from abnormal drought of the previous 3 years, the economic growth performances of most countries in southern Africa have been good by African standards. However, with the exception of commercial farming, agricultural production has stagnated or declined in the indigenous rural sectors where the majority of the populations of southern African countries continue to live.

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