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Economic implications of increased wool production
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1964)
The paper analyses the implications of a national annual increase by New Zealand producers of 5% in the production of wool compared with the present long-term rate of increase of 3%. This, it is estimated, would change ...
An analysis of the demand for carpet wool in the United States of America
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1966)
The United States of America is a large and important market for wool, and it is a market which relies heavily on imported supplies of wool. The future behaviour of this market is therefore of considerable consequence to ...