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The competitiveness and openness of Maghreb agriculture: intensification and the management of natural resources in Tunisia


, : The competitiveness and openness of Maghreb agriculture: intensification and the management of natural resources in Tunisia. Options Mediterraneennes Serie B, Etudes et Recherches ( 14): 349-356

Protective management of natural resources is normally a result of cooperation between interdependent and complementary industry sectors. Sustainability of the environment is important for all sectors of the agricultural chain: farmers, producers of farm inputs, retailers of farm produce, and consumers.

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