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C u r r e n t ) Coffee Tea Fruits and Vegetables Green Beans Source:
(2006). Compendium of National Economic and Trade Indicators by Region,
Farm level Sugar system (cif price) Sugar system (reference price) Source: Authors’ spreadsheet
Figure 1: Agricultural value added, marketed production, and national income,
(1960). Figure 2: Agricultural production and consumption shares by farm product,
(1956). Figure 3: Nominal rates of assistance to exportables, import-competing and all a agricultural products,
(1956). Figure 4: Nominal rates of assistance to all nonagricultural tradables, all agricultural tradable industries, and relative rates of assistance a,
(1956). Figure 5: Nominal rates of assistance to producers of export crops,
five year averages). (a) Primary agricultural production shares
Horticulture is treated inconsistently and incompletely through the period.
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n d e x o f C o n s t a n t L C U V a l u e Agricultural Value Added (constant
Non-Agriculture Manufactured, Non-Agriculture Source: Calculated from Statistical Abstract of Kenya (various years).
(1970). Non-product specific (NPS) assistance
Note: M= importable, X=exportable, H=nontradable. a) Percentage mark-up on producer price. b) Based on fob South Africa reported in FAOSTAT.
(1970). Other Agriculture Domestic F&V Tradable F&V Sugar Tea Coffee Wheat Maize (b) Final household food consumption shares
Separate treatment of smallholder coffee in the analysis would imply that a substantial share of coffee production faced a negative NRA that is eight to ten percentage points lower than what is suggested in the baseline analysis (Appendix Table
Source: Author’s calculations Note:
Source: Authors’ spreadsheet a. At farmgate undistorted prices
(2008). Sources: Easterly, World Development Indicators Online, authors calculations See Anderson et al.
(1956). Table 1: Nominal rates of assistance to covered farm products,
(1956). Table 2: Nominal rates of assistance to agricultural relative to nonagricultural industries,
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(1960). total import-competing products exportables Source: Authors’ spreadsheet a. The total NRA can be above or below the exportable and import-competing averages because assistance to nontradables and non-product specific assistance is also included.
Tradable Fruits and Vegetables Exchange Rate Premium Source: Authors’ spreadsheet