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Agricultural performance and development strategy: retrospect and prospect


, : Agricultural performance and development strategy: retrospect and prospect. World Development Oxford 18(6): 899-913

The slow pace and inequitable pattern of past agricultural growth have been major factors in the continuing problems of poverty, hunger and unemployment, especially in the poorer regions of the Third World.

Accession: 001748829

DOI: 10.1016/0305-750x(90)90011-l

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