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Maize marketing and pricing in Lesotho: implications for policy reform


Agrekon 36(1): 10-26
Maize marketing and pricing in Lesotho: implications for policy reform
A study was conducted during 1994-95 amongst policy makers, government officials, retailers and millers in Lesotho to review the maize marketing system and procedures for setting maize prices at producer, mill-gate and consumer levels. Set prices distort price signals which influence decisions to allocate and distribute resources to provide goods and services for markets.


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