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Easing Barriers to Movement of Plant Varieties for Agricultural Development

  • Gisseluist, D.
  • Srivastava, J.
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    Many developing countries enforce seed regulations and other policies that obstruct private companies from operating and delivering new technology. This volume presents recommendations and selected papers from an international workshop organized by the World Bank in 1995 to review seed policies and to develop recommendations on ways of easing entry barriers for certain varieties of seeds in developing countries. The papers and discussions identified reforms to speed the flow of private seed technology to these countries, with a particular focus on reforms and their impacts in Bangladesh, India, Peru, and Turkey.

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    Paper provided by World Bank in its series World Bank - Discussion Papers with number 367.

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    Length: 148 pages
    Date of creation: 1997
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    Handle: RePEc:fth:wobadi:367
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