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Classes, Technology and Access

  • A. S. Bhalla
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Abstract

The economic/spatial inequalities and imbalances will be influenced by the unequal access of different income and social classes to assets, technology, information and other inputs.

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Direct Foreign Investment Foreign Investment Small Farmer Development Outcome Collective Farm 
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  • A. S. Bhalla
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  1. 1.CommugnySwitzerland

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