1887

Reform of Marketing Arrangements

At numerous points in the preceding sections, it is suggested that developing countries may have to accept limitations on the quantity of their exports of various primary commodities, in order to secure increase of prices and earnings. Against this, there are widespread impressions in developing countries that both volume and price could be increased if only the channels of trade could be made to operate in a way which would be more favourable to the exporters.

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