Title:

Namibian Agriculture: Policies and Prospects. Research programme on: Developing Country Agriculture and International Economic Trends

Publication Year:
1992
Abstract:

It shows that the improvement of smallholder incomes provides the only means of improving the position of the majority of poor Namibians, and examines how best to raise agricultural output without endangering the large-scale farmers who are vital to the economy. The significance for agricultural development of the customs and monetary agreements between Namibia and South Africa, and other external policies, is examined. The reform of pricing and marketing structures in Namibia is constrained by these external arrangements, but they also provide some benefits. The assessment of these and other issues provides the basis for an analysis of the reform options facing Namibian agriculture and the links between agricultural and economywide policies.

Publisher:
OECD Development Centre
Number:
73
Type:
Working Paper
Item Type:
Report
Language:
en
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