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The international coffee economy with special reference to international coffee marketing schemes
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1965)
Coffee has been known to be an agricultural product of considerable remunerative value in international trade. The dispersion of the Coffee industry in the last four centuries or so has been associated with the empire expansion ...
An econometric study of the New Zealand meat market with special reference to pigmeats
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1968)
Among countries with high per capita incomes, the New Zealand economy has one unusual and striking feature, a large proportion of its gross national product is derived from temperate farm product exports. Of the total ...