The Possible Effects of Rhodesian Industrial Growth Upon Agriculture
Introduction This Symposium, I believe, is very relevant to present-day economic- conditions in Rhodesia. Manufacturing as we know (and this is shown in Appendix I) is an extremely important contributor to Gross Domestic Product, its contribution in 1968 being 20%. Together with agriculture, which is equal[y important—although here I propose to gloss over the searing effects of the 1968 drought—these two sectors are responsible for the production of some 40% of the country’s wealth. Mining and quarrying offered only 6%, although this excludes some beneficiation of minerals which has been included in the industrial sector.
Full Text LinksMills, W.D. (1969) The Possible Effects of Rhodesian Industrial Growth Upon Agriculture.The Rhodesian Journal of Economics (RJE), vol. 3, no.2, (pp. 38-47). University College Rhodesia (now UZ) , Salisbury (now Harare) : RES.
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