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Enhancing Sustainable Development of Diverse Agriculture in Thailand

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  • Roonnaphai, Nareenat

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The objective of Phase I Thailand country study are to review and analyses past trends in the production, marketing, consumption, processing and related policies of major CGPRT crops, of which maize, cassava and soybean are selected. In addition, analysis of trade liberalization, agro-industries using the three selected crops, production, marketing and processing potentials and threats are conducted in an attempt to seek policy recommendations for the development of sustainable, diversified agriculture for poverty alleviation.

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  • Roonnaphai, Nareenat, 2006. "Enhancing Sustainable Development of Diverse Agriculture in Thailand," Working Papers 32705, United Nations Centre for Alleviation of Poverty Through Secondary Crops' Development in Asia and the Pacific (CAPSA).
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    1. Sugino, Tomohide & Yonekura, Hitoshi & Hutagaol, Parulian, 2006. "Integrated report of the project "Identification of pulling factors for enhancing the sustainable development of diverse agriculture in selected Asian countries"," Working Papers 7359, United Nations Centre for Alleviation of Poverty Through Secondary Crops' Development in Asia and the Pacific (CAPSA).

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