Growth in high-value agriculture in Asia and the emergence of vertical links with farmers.

@inproceedings{Gulati2007GrowthIH,
  title={Growth in high-value agriculture in Asia and the emergence of vertical links with farmers.},
  author={Ashok Gulati and Nicholas Minot and Christopher L. Delgado and Saswati Bora and Johan Swinnen},
  year={2007}
}
1. Director, Markets, Trade, and Institutions Division, International Food Policy Research Institute. 2. Research Fellow, Markets, Trade, and Institutions Division, International Food Policy Research Institute. 3. Director, ILRI-IFPRI Joint Program on Livestock Market Opportunities and Senior Research Fellow, Markets, Trade, and Institutions Division, International Food Policy Research Institute. 4. Senior Research Assistant, Markets, Trade, and Institutions Division, International Food Policy… 

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