Changing Competitiveness of the Wheat Sector of Kazakhstan and Sources of Future Productivity Growth
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- Meng, Erika & Longmire, Jim & Moldashev, Altynbeck, 2000. "Kazakhstan's wheat system: priorities, constraints, and future prospects," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 25(6), pages 701-717, December.
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