The Economic Effects of Genetically Modified Orphan Commodities: Projections for Sweetpotato in Kenya

ISAAA Brief 13-1999

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Description: Biotechnology has the potential to boost global agricultural productivity in a sustainable way. The prospects are particularly bright for the developing world, where the need for new farm technologies is most pronounced. Biotechnology advances, however, are predominantly taking place in the industrialized world. The research capacity in many developing countries is limited, and so these countries will have to import biotechnology in order to be able to use it.
Author: Matin Qaim
Published by: ISAAA
Copyright: ISAAA
Correct citation: Qaim, M. 1999. The Economic Effects of Genetically Modified Orphan Commodities: Projections for Sweetpotato in Kenya. ISAAA Briefs No. 13. ISAAA: Ithaca, NY and ZEF: Bonn
ISBN: 1-892456-17-6
 
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