Commodity Market Reforms

Commodity Market Reforms

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Agricultural commodity markets in many developing countries are being reformed and are being based on market forces rather than regulated prices and official monopolies. This book discusses reforms in the markets for cocoa, coffee, cotton, grains, and sugar and looks at the reasons for success and failure.In 1985 only 15 of the worlda#39;s 51 major coffee-producing countries had private marketing systems.1 Twenty-five countries ... Financial problems in coffee- exporting countries a€” the result of the sharp decline in coffee prices that followed theanbsp;...

Title:Commodity Market Reforms
Author: John Baffes, Donald F. Larson, Panos Varangis
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 2001-01-01

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