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, : Bananas. Les bananes: 115pp.

The banana, an essential subsistence food in Africa and Latin America, is also a major source of export revenue in Central America and the Caribbean, as well as in parts of Africa and Asia. The market is dominated by three multinational companies which control trade and distribution.

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DOI: 10.2307/20838035

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