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Appendix to the Rice Economy of Asia

1st Edition

By Beth Rose


404 pages

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Originally published in 1985, Beth Rose’s Appendix to the Rice Economy of Asia provides twenty-six tables detailing various rice statistics across Asia from the beginning of the twentieth century through to the 1980’s. Statistics presented include; total crop area, rice production and yield, import and export, rice prices, farm wages and populations of countries or areas within Asia. This title will be of interest to students of Environmental Studies and Economics.

Table of Contents

1. China 2. Taiwan Province 3. Japan 4. Korea, Pre-war 5. Korea, North 6. Korea, South 7. Indochina 8. Kampuchea 9. Laos 10. Vietnam 11. North Vietnam 12. South Vietnam 13. Java and Madura 14. Indonesia 15. Malaya 16. West Malaysia 17. Sabah 18. Sarawak 19. Philippines 20. Thailand 21. Burma 22. Bangladesh 23. India 24. Nepal 25. Pakistan 26. Sri Lanka

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BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Environmental Economics
SCIENCE / Environmental Science