Liberalizing Tanzania's Food Trade: The Public and Private Faces of Urban Marketing Policy, 1939-88
By: Deborah Bryceson (author)Paperback
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The author shows the way grain traders and households in five Tanzanian towns were affected by the Tanzanian government's decision to opt for liberalization in the trade of two staple food crops: rice and maize.
Introduction - Post-Independence Egalitarian Goals & E conomic Crisis - Marketing Made Difficult: Food Supply Flu ctuations & Marketing Policy 1939-1973 - State Regulat ion of Staple Food Supply 1973-1988 - Traders' Journey fro m Black to Parallel to Open Markets - Traders & Urban Food Markets - Satisfying Urban Consumers - Trade-offs on Trade: Food Market Liberalization
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- ID: 9780852551349
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