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Zambia's experience of agricultural restructuring


, : Zambia's experience of agricultural restructuring. Agricultural restructuring in Southern Africa: papers presented at an international symposium, Swakopmund, Namibia, 24-27 July 1990: 372-380

Zambia has a resilient large-scale farming community and the Zambian government has attempted a wide range of agricultural restructuring exercises. This paper examines the steps that have been taken towards restructuring, and the experiences that have been encountered.

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