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The potential impact of the EU-ACP economic partnership Agreement: A case study of the Ugandan horticulture sector

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Downloads: 30. September 2010: 4; October 2010: 16; November 2010: 10EPRC, Horticulture trade, Trade agreements, Crop Production/Industries, International Relations/Trade, Downloads: 30. September 2010: 4; October 2010: 16; November 2010: 10,

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