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Developments in world agricultural trade and implications for the developing countries






Agrarwirtschaft 44(11): 373-382

Developments in world agricultural trade and implications for the developing countries

Analysis of developments in world agricultural trade in the period 1979/81-1991/93 shows continuing growth but at a slowing rate. Broad regional patterns of imports and exports showed no major changes, though South East Asia (including Japan) and Africa showed a growing trade deficit.


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