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close this bookExporting High-Value Food Commodities: Success Stories from Developing Countries (WB, 1993, 119 p.)
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Success Stories from Developing Countries

World Bank Discussion Papers

Steven Jaffee
with the assistance of
Peter Gordon

The World Bank
Washington, D C.

Copyright © 1992
The International Bank for
Reconstruction and Development
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First printing January 1992
Fourth printing November 1995

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ISSN: 0259-2108

Jacob Yaron is senior rural finance advisor in the World Bank's Agriculture and Rural Development.

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Yaron, Jacob.

Successful rural finance institutions / Jacob Yaron. p. cm. —
(World Bank discussion papers; 150)

ISBN 0-8213-2018-1

1. Development banks—Asia.
2. Rural credit—Asia.
3. Agricultural credit—Asia.
4. Development banks—Asia—Case studies.
5. Rural credit—Asia—Case studies.
6. Agricultural credit—Asia—

Case studies.

I. Title.
II. Series.

HG 1976.A78Y37 1992

91-46248 CIP