Conclusions

  • Anatole F. Krattiger
  • Matin Qaim
  • Joachim von Braun
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Abstract

The individual chapters in this book tackled the potentials and constraints of agricultural biotechnology in developing countries from various perspectives. Without trying to reiterate all the important statements, this conclusions chapter synthesizes the major findings and discusses related institutional, policy and research implications.

Keywords

Private Sector Private Company Agricultural Biotechnology Proprietary Technology Biotechnology Evolution 
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  • Anatole F. Krattiger
  • Matin Qaim
  • Joachim von Braun

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