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Silverside, D.; Sherington, J.; Marsland, N. (1996)
Publisher: Natural Resources Institute
Languages: English
Types: Other
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This project was established in 1995. It aims to characterise the market for livestock products, examine the outputs and efficiency of livestock production and marketing systems, determine the losses of livestock products in the systems and identify and analyse constraints to and opportunities for the increased supply of livestock products to urban markets.
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    • Bangladesh Population Census, 1991, Zila: Kushtia, Community Series, February 1996, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics Bangladesh Population Census, 1991, Zila: Mymensingh, Community Series, September 1995, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics Bangladesh Population Census, 1991, Zila: Pabna, Community Series, July 1995, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics Bangladesh Population Census, 1991, Zila: Rajbari, Community Series, February 1996, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics Bangladesh Population Census, 1991, Zila: Sunamgans, Community Series, March 1996, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics Bangladesh Population Census, 1991, Zila: Sylhet, Community Series, March 1996, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics Tentative interpretation: Groups 1, 2- Rural; Groups 3 & 4- Tea gardens; Group 5- to be determined; Group 6- Peri-urban; Group 7- Urban.
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