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Bamboo and rattan: working to reduce poverty

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A truly international attention on bamboo and rattan has just a brief history. Research and policy in the 1990s have brought to light both its commodity and livelihood aspects. However, such research and policy do not adequately reflect the requirements of the 'new economy' which is quite young. It is high time that the specific aspects of the prevailing research and political agenda are critically examined, and alternatives are sought for.

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2017-11-21

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