Policy Brief No. 81. Indian seeds for African markets: South–South trade and technical cooperation

Abstract

The success of India’s generic pharmaceuticals industry is seen by some policymakers as a success for international development and cooperation, bringing affordable drugs to populations not only in India itself but across the developing world, including in Africa. Could India’s thriving seed sector play a similar role for affordable, high quality seeds? Sachin Chaturvedi, Dominic Glover and Ian Scoones explain the key issues.

Citation

Chaturvedi, S.; Glover, D.; Scoones, I. Policy Brief No. 81. Indian seeds for African markets: South–South trade and technical cooperation. Future Agricultures Consortium, Brighton, UK (2016) 10 pp.

Policy Brief No. 81. Indian seeds for African markets: South–South trade and technical cooperation

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