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Horticultural exports of developing countries: past performances, future prospects, and policy issues

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  • Islam, Nurul, 1990. "Horticultural exports of developing countries: past performances, future prospects, and policy issues," Research reports 80, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
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