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The 1971 and 1973 official devaluations of the U.S. dollar have often been cited as a pivotal cause for the enormous price rises in agricultural products in 1972 and 1973 [...]
1976-07 | Journal Article |
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We analyzed the effects of Brazil and Argentina’s currency devaluation on the U.S. soybean import demand in major importing countries. Results indicate that nominal exc [...]
2005 | Report |
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A theoretical model is reviewed and used to evaluate the effects of currency devaluation or revaluation on production, consumption, trade, and price in both exporting and [...]
1976-07 | Journal Article |
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The advancement of South America’s agro-pastoral frontier has been widely linked to losses in biodiversity and tropical forests, with particular impacts on the Brazilia [...]
2012 | Thesis/ Dissertation |
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In early 1999, Brazil devalued its currency, increasing its competitiveness in the poultry industry and capturing world market share. This paper discusses the devaluatio [...]
2001-08 | Journal Article |
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Australia's balance of payments problems have, understandably enough, received a good deal of attention in the pages of the Economic Record in recent years. Some articles [...]
1960-07 | Journal Article |
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The objective of this paper is to analyze the 1999 exchange rate (real/dollar) devaluation impact on coffee and intermediate input prices. Input price increased with exch [...]
30 September 2005 | Journal Article |
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In this paper, we analyze the progress made in realizing this anticipated boost in economic growth for three agricultural subsectors: cereals, livestock/meat, and horticu [...]
1999 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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In this paper an empirical evaluation of the performance of Sri Lanka's agricultural sector under policy reforms with respect to the exchange rate implications is made. B [...]
2007 | Journal Article |