The demand for staple foodstuffs in the Papua New Guinea urban sector
Food production in Papua New Guinea has in the past been almost exclusively confined to subsistence production, with the country's modern sector largely dependent upon imported foodstuffs. A rapid increase in urban population and Government desire for a more self-sufficient economy have made domestic food production a matter of the highest priority. In this study, analysis is made of the most comprehensive household expenditure data available to date, with the primary objective of...[Show more]
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