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Enabling growth and raising producers incomes in the cotton sub-sector

Alain Cuvelier

Enabling growth and raising producers incomes in the cotton sub-sector

lessons and experience from the central corridor of Tanzania

by Alain Cuvelier

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Published by Rural Livelihood Development Co. in Dodoma, Tanzania .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAlain Cuvelier, Maja Rüegg, Ajuaye Sigalla
ContributionsRüegg, Maja, Sigalla, Ajuaye
The Physical Object
Pagination51 p. :
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25048248M
LC Control Number2011348662

/05 and , and growth in agriculture was more limited than growth in manufacturing and services. Measures of inequality have risen over the last five years (from a low base), and the rise in inequality replicates the experience of reform periods seen . The Government sees in the textile and clothing industry an export sub-sector to be promoted. Unlike the manufacturing sector as a whole, this sub-sector is distinguished by the positive escalation of the tariff structure, with rates of per cent, per cent and per cent from the first to the third level of processing, respectively.

Transcript. 1 Enabling poor rural people to overcome poverty Conference on New Directions for Smallholder Agriculture January , Rome, IFAD HQ Proceedings of the Conference. 2 Acknowledgements The conceptualisation, design and organisation of the workshop and later, the preparation of the proceedings are the outcome of a truly joint effort and team work of the . Rural Finance in Nigeria: Integrating New Approaches In general, the data from this study show that rethinking the interest rate policy, providing institutional support, and investing in cost-reducing technologies and innovations in agricultural finance should be the first priorities for government and its partners.

On the other hand, cotton producers among LDCs such as Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad and Mali have not managed to build up a viable T&C. sector. In Benin, in which cotton accounts for per cent of GDP and per cent of merchandise exports, production and exports of yarn and fabric are insignificant and there is no formal production of apparel. And information from such sources is processed by us and included in the report Table of Contents 1 OVERVIEW The Global Dairy Industry Indian Dairy Industry Structure Classification 2 GROWTH DRIVERS Rising Acceptance of Value Added Products Frozen Yogurt Cheese Premium Ice Creams The Urbanized.


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