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Paper[s] presented at the Seminar on "Problems and Prospects of the Strategy Underlying the New Economic Recovery Programme" 1 edition

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Paper[s] presented at the Seminar on "Problems and Prospects of the Strategy Underlying the New Economic Recovery Programme"
organized by the Institute for African Studies, University of Zambia ; with assistance from the Institute for Developing Economies, Japan, and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, West Germany, Lusaka, 27-28 November, 1987.

Published 1987 by The Institute in [Lusaka?] .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

External assistance versus growth from our own resources / by E. Shula
Food crisis and security in Zambia / by F. Mutesa
The INDP and the promtion of small-scale industries / by P. Assuncao
Patterns and volumes of capital investments / by S. Chimbwayinga
Post harvest management policies and food security in Zambia / by K. Sipula
Recent agricultural reform in Zambia / by Allast Mwanza
Scientific and technological research and development as a basis of sustainable manufacturing and industrialisation strategy / by Donald Chanda
Budgetary resource mobilicsation and allocation.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
338.96894
Library of Congress
HC915 .S46 1987

The Physical Object

Pagination
v. 1 ;

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL2181728M
LC Control Number
88980217

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