volume 66, issue 1, P35-51 1993
DOI: 10.4157/grj1984b.66.35
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Abstract: AbstractThe impact of transnational corporations on developing countries is particularly evident in agriculture and the food industry that is linked with it. These corporations have access to different markets, for different kinds of products; and to new technologies, incorporating different kinds of inputs, such as machinery, fertilizers and herbicides. They influence the prices of both agricultural products and their inputs, control the supply of investment capital and agricultural infrastructure, and influ…

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