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Agency choice for the marketing of copra: a study of the Kuttanadu Cooperative Marketing Society Ltd



Agency choice for the marketing of copra: a study of the Kuttanadu Cooperative Marketing Society Ltd



Indian Cooperative Review 28(1): 62-79



Agriculture employs both directly and indirectly about 80% of the Indian population. With fair return from their produce and freedom from middlemen, farmers have an incentive to increase agricultural production. Cooperative societies have a role to play in remunerative prices. The paper documents the findings of a study which examined the Kuttanadu Marketing Cooperative Society Ltd.

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