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Agrarian Problems of India-An East and Southeast Asian Perspective

Agrarian Problems of India An East and Southeast Asian Perspective Yujiro Hayami By further stepping up investment in irrigation, agricultural research and modern inputs, the agricultural growth rate in India can be raised from the present 25 per cent to the target of 4 per cent in the medium term. If government policies are reoriented to reduce excess intervention in the market mechanism and to assist collective actions by rural people more appropriately to promote their own initiative, agricultural growth performance will improve further.

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