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Government Intervention in Commercial Crop Development: Case of Flue Cured Virginia Tobacco

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The role of the state in industrialisation is a much discussed topic these days. Specifically this role has witnessed itself in the form of direct intervention by the states through owning the means of production and distribution of speciaIly industrial products through the establishment of state-owned enterprises. [Working Paper No. 243]

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  • Sunil Mani, 2010. "Government Intervention in Commercial Crop Development: Case of Flue Cured Virginia Tobacco," Working Papers id:2938, eSocialSciences.
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