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Agricultural marketing channels and exchange entitlement: a micro-level study of marketing system in Pakistan


, : Agricultural marketing channels and exchange entitlement: a micro-level study of marketing system in Pakistan. Journal of Rural Development and Administration 22(1): 59-67

Agricultural marketing channels are the various routes through which a commodity passes to reach final consumers which reflect entitlement relations of exchange which have their connections in the economic structure and possession over the means of production. The greater the control over the resources, the greater would be 'access' input and output markets having a favourable influence on terms of trade.

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