The diverging South : comparing the cashew sectors of Tanzania and Vietnam

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New book acquisition of CLAS

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Abstract: Based on rural fieldwork in Tanzania and Vietnam, this book describes the difference in organisation of cashew production, between highest producing areas by analysing the lower level of the cashew value chain. Using a comparative analysis the book explores the dynamic process of how cashew farmers, of the two countries, are integrated in the existing production set up. The importance of choice through economic freedom is explored by analysing the functioning of different actors to allow or hinder advancement in production and productivity.

Publisher: African Studies Centre, Leiden.


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