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Food-carrying and income-generating capacities of the rice sector

Food-carrying and income-generating capacities of the rice sector

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Published by Production by Island Pub. House in Manila, Philippines .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [67]-68).

StatementStrive Foundation and the Philippine Rice Research Institute ; Leonardo A. Gonzales ... [et al.] ; Stephen J. Banta, editor.
ContributionsGonzales, Leonardo A., Banta, Stephen., Strive Foundation, Inc., Philippine Rice Research Institute.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 162 p. :
Number of Pages162
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3610338M
ISBN 109719190442
LC Control Number2002359354

Rice is grown on acres and 30 acres (7 owned acres and 23 rented acres) are roads, irrigation systems, farmstead, and unused or unusable land. Typically, a grower with this amount of rice acreage will have several non-adjacent fields and the cultural practices will vary among fields. Additionally, extra. 1 Rice Price Trends in Ghana (‐) Vincent Amanor‐Boadu, PhD1 Per capita consumption of rice (Oryza spp. L.) in Ghana increased from kg per annum between and to kg per annum between and Financial Sector Policies in the Adaptive Economy Tony Killick, , £, ISBN 0 1 Judging Success: Evaluating NGO Income-Generating Projects Roger Riddell, , £, ISBN 0 8 ACP Export Diversification: Non-Traditional Exports from Zimbabwe Roger Riddell, , £, ISBN 0 6.   The US$M factory was built by the former government with the aim of being the industry’s flagship and an intended production capacity of , tonnes. However, since when it was opened, the factory has been beset by mechanical and other difficulties and production never met the intended dreams of the government of the day.

  As a student growing up in India, Tandon watched his home country fight endemic rural poverty, crippling foreign debt, and a struggling industrial sector to emerge as a nation with a burgeoning market economy, an unrivaled tech sector, an educated population, and a thriving middle class. And it wasn’t just the context around him.


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