Commercialisation of new indigenous technology in jordanian agriculture
AbstractILO pub-WEP pub. Working paper on the commercialization of local levelly-developed agricultural technology in Jordan - reviews agricultural sector institutional framework, agricultural production, land utilization, agricultural credit, land tenure, labour shortages and agricultural market; discusses factors, incl. Obstacles, affecting demand for agricultural machinery, and supply of local levelly-developed technology (tariff policies, etc.); identifies needs in the crop and livestock sectors; examines research and development, and potential for local manufacturing of agricultural equipment. References, statistical tables.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by International Labour Organization in its series ILO Working Papers with number 240492.
Length: 108 P. pages
Date of creation: 1985
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Publication status: Published in Technology and employment programme, working paper series
WEP pub; commercialization; local level; agricultural technology; Jordan; agricultural sector; institutional framework; agricultural production; land utilization; agricultural credit; land tenure; labour shortage; agricultural market; obstacle; agricultural machinery; local level; tariff policy; crop; livestock; research and development; manufacturing; agricultural equipment; reference; statistical table; pub PME; commercialisation; niveau local; technologie agricole; Jordanie; pub PME; comercialización; nivel local; tecnología agrícola; Jordania; secteur agricole; cadre institutionnel; production agricole; utilisation des terres; crédit agricole; régime foncier; pénurie de main-d'oeuvre; marché agricole; obstacle; machines agricoles; niveau local; politique tarifaire; cultures; cheptel; recherche et développement; industries manufacturières; équipement agricole; référence bibliographique; tableau statistique; sector agrícola; organización institucional; producción agrícola; utilización de la tierra; crédito agrícola; tenencia de la tierra; escasez de mano de obra; mercado agrícola; obstáculo; maquinaria agrícola; nivel local; política arancelaria; cultivos; ganado; investigación y desarrollo; industrias manufactureras; equipo agrícola; referencia; cuadros estadísticos;
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