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Optimal Agricultural Production and Trade: Implications on International Competitiveness

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  • Woo, Won W.
  • Drennan, Todd

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  • Woo, Won W. & Drennan, Todd, 1989. "Optimal Agricultural Production and Trade: Implications on International Competitiveness," Agricultural Economics Reports 23178, North Dakota State University, Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics.
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