Livestock Exports from the Horn of Africa : An Analysis of Benefits by Pastoralist Wealth Group and Policy Implications

@inproceedings{Aklilu2010LivestockEF,
  title={Livestock Exports from the Horn of Africa : An Analysis of Benefits by Pastoralist Wealth Group and Policy Implications},
  author={Yacob Aklilu and Andy Catley Feinstein},
  year={2010}
}

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