MARKET ABOLITION

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Liberalization of Agricultural Marketing

  • . Duration months: 24 Project total amount: CAD $91, 210 Recipient Institution(s) University of Ibadan Edited Abstract English (1999/11/28) Among recent policies embarked upon by the government of Nigeria in favour of agriculture and non-oil sectors are the establishment of a market-determined regime of exchange rates, trade liberation, and the abolition of agricultural commodity boards, which had hitherto exercised monopoly control over produce marketing and exports.
  • . Edited Abstract English (1999/11/28) Among recent policies embarked upon by the government of Nigeria in favour of agriculture and non-oil sectors are the establishment of a market-determined regime of exchange rates, trade liberation, and the abolition of agricultural commodity boards, which had hitherto exercised monopoly control over produce marketing and exports.



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    The Hindu Business Line : Thursday, December 16, 2004
  • . What they need is a level playing field, in the full sense of the term, w ith access to affordable credit and the abolition of inspector raj in the form of harassment by the various arms of the government, says R.



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  • . However, I am not advocating the abolition of internal commercial objectives.

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  • . 21 November 2005 Strong rhetoric at last weekend’s Apec summit on the abolition of agricultural subsidies could not drown out...


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  • . from the date of abolition of the Himachal Pradesh Marketing Board under sub-section (1) – (a) the members including the Chairman of the Himachal Pradesh Marketing Board shall cease to hold office; (b) all properties, funds and dues which are vested in or realizable by the Himachal Pradesh marketing Board shall vest in and be realizable by the Board, and (c) all the liabilities which are enforceable against the Himachal Pradesh Marketing Board shall be enforceable against the Board.
  • . (3) All contracts, agreements, and other instruments entered into immediately before the abolition of the Himachal Pradesh Marketing Board under sub-section (1) and to which the Himachal Pradesh Marketing Board is a party or which are in favour of the Himachal Pradesh Marketing Board shall be deemed to have been entered into by, with or for the Himachal Pradesh State Agricultural Marketing Board.
  • . (4) All suits, appeals or other legal proceedings instituted or which could have been instituted by or against the Himachal Pradesh Marketing Board, immediately before its abolition under sub-section (1), shall be continued or instituted by or against the Board.


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  • . The abolition of marketing boards has led to an unpredictability in the supply and prices of agricultural products, and this means that there are various new aspects that have to be considered when purchasing or planning to purchase unprocessed products.


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  • . Notable social reform campaigns in nineteenth-century America included the abolition, temperance, prohibition and suffragette movements, as well as a consumer movement to have governments regulate the quality of foods and drugs.

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    Research and Markets - Market Research Reports - The EU Travel Retail Alcohol Market Since Duty-Free Abolition in 1999: Management Briefing - Printer Friendly
  • Printer Friendly Printed from The EU Travel Retail Alcohol Market Since Duty-Free Abolition in 1999: Management Briefing Description: As a unique study, this month's management briefing gives you a detailed overview of the EU travel retail alcohol market since duty-free abolition in 1999.
  • . We discuss the effects of abolition, the sustained viability of alcohol in travel retail, the impact of EU enlargement, and the future of this market.
  • . Report name: The EU Travel Retail Alcohol Market Since Duty-Free Abolition in 1999: Management Briefing Web address: http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/225223/ Report formats Please enter the quantity of the report format you require.


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  • . The abolition in May 2001 of Resale Price Maintenance (RPM) has already generated significant discounting activity by supermarkets and large retail chains.
  • . Certain industry groups have predicted that up to 25% of small retail pharmacies could disappear as a result of the abolition.
  • . The true effects of the abolition of RPM are difficult to gauge but, since increasing numbers of small retail pharmacies belong to large retail chains or voluntary trading organisations, the effects could be less severe than predicted Ordering: Order Online - visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/3827 Order by Fax - using the order form below Order By Post - print the order form below and send to Research and Markets, Guinness Centre, Taylors Lane, Dublin 8, Ireland.


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  • . Fundamental changes to course content and structure will occur with the abolition of the “Diplom” curriculum and the introduction of the Bachelor and Master Degree courses at the Faculty of Forest and Environmental Sciences.


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  • . In the vacuum created by the abolition of the state marketing boards, why weren't new forms of institution, for example farmers co-operatives, considered, given the context of a rural-based activity like commodity crop production? Instead SAPs actually increased the vulnerability of small-holders by undermining even the relative stability of the "state marketing period".