Global partnership in poverty reduction : Contract farming and regional cooperation

  title={Global partnership in poverty reduction : Contract farming and regional cooperation},
  author={Sununtar Setboonsarng},
  • Sununtar Setboonsarng
  • Published 2008
With globalization, market liberalization, and the rapid development of rural infrastructure, new market opportunities for high-value crops and livestock production are expanding in both developed and developing countries. This has translated into increased use of contract farming to establish market linkages for the poor in developing countries. In poor areas where smallholder subsistence production is the norm and where infrastructure and institutions to facilitate market exchange are not… CONTINUE READING
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