Struggling or in transition: Small household growers and the coffee industry in Papua New Guinea

@article{Imbun2014StrugglingOI,
  title={Struggling or in transition: Small household growers and the coffee industry in Papua New Guinea},
  author={B. Imbun},
  journal={Asia Pacific Viewpoint},
  year={2014},
  volume={55},
  pages={24-37}
}
  • B. Imbun
  • Published 2014
  • Economics
  • Asia Pacific Viewpoint
  • The challenge of ensuring economic opportunities are made available to a country's population is a key function of any government. It is particularly acute in many developing countries where the subsistence economy is dominant and where limited formal employment opportunities exist. For such countries, reliance on cash cropping provides a central plank in earning foreign exchange. More importantly, it provides an important source of cash incomes for the largely subsistence-based population… CONTINUE READING
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