National and Regional Self-sufficiency Goals: Implications for International Agriculture
Fred J. Ruppel, Earl D. Kellogg
L. Rienner, 1991 - Business & Economics - 251 pages
The drive for agricultural and food self-sufficiency in countries throughout the world has become an important topic in international political discussions. This book uses a basic economic framework to set forth the issues and debates surrounding self-sufficiency and also describes the current situation in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the developed countries.
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