Technology, employment, and basic needs in food processing in developing countries: a study prepared for the International Labour Office within the framework of the World Employment Programme
Pergamon Press, Sep 1, 1980 - Business & Economics - 371 pages
Technological choice and transfer in food processing in developing countries: an overview; The choice of technology in food processing: some case studies; Private foreign investment and the transfer of technology in food processing; A country case study: food processing in Kenya; Conclusions and policy implications.
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TRANSFER IN FOOD PROCESSING
PRIVATE FOREIGN INVESTMENT AND THE TRANSFER
FOOD PROCESSING IN KENYA
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