Perceptions of key business and financial risk by large-scale sugarcane farmers in KwaZulu-Natal in a dynamic socio-political environment
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KeywordsRisk sources; farmersÂ’ perceptions; large-scale sugarcane farms; KwaZulu-Natal; South Africa; Agricultural Finance;
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