Agribusiness now more industrialised

September 2001
Finance Week;9/28/2001, p51
Examines the improvement of agricultural industry in South Africa. Increase in the contribution of agricultural enterprises to the Gross Domestic Product; Gross income of agricultural farms; Application of technology to meet production targets.


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