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An enlightenment of the advance in science and technology and the development of world-wide agriculture

, : An enlightenment of the advance in science and technology and the development of world-wide agriculture. Research of Agricultural Modernization 20(2): 108-110

World development of science and technology and the relationship of this to the development in individual countries was discussed. The mutual relationship between world developments and those in China was considered.

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