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Cameroon, Chad, Côte d'Ivoire, The Gambia, Guinea Bissau, Rwanda, Senegal, and Zambia. Figure 1: Changes in RPP between 198183 and 198991 Note: RPP = Real producer price of agriculture exports. C. Page 11 In eighteen of the twenty-nine countries reviewed, the marketing of at least one major export crop was ''loosened" in some way. This was done by eliminating a monopoly marketing board (Cameroon, Madagascar, Niger, Nigeria, and Tanzania); or linking producer prices to world prices (Malawi tobacco, and most of the cotton companies of West Africa are good examples); or allowing private traders to compete, either in exporting or in domestic purchase of the commodities.
W. Graeme Donovan is principal agricultural economist in the Environmentally Sustainable Development Division of the Africa Technical Department. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Cleaver, Kevin M. Graeme Donovan. cm. Africa Technical Department series) Includes bibliographical references. AgricultureEconomic aspectsAfrica, Sub-Saharan. Rural developmentAfrica, Sub-Saharan. Series: World Bank discussion papers. Africa Technical Department series. 1'0967dc20 95-2574 CIP Page iii AFRICA TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT SERIES Technical Paper Series No.
Agriculture, poverty, and policy reform in Sub-Saharan Africa by Kevin M. Cleaver