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Logging, pulping and manufacturing processes are expected to conform to the environmental regulations of the country of origin. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. A catalog record for this book is available from the Library of Congress. 4 Interactive learning in agricultural biotechnology: What matters and what not? 10 Ownership of oil plantation in Malaysia and Nigeria Preface This book is set against the backdrop of the debate about the persistent poverty of developing countries – those we have differentially labelled latecomer countries – as well as the widening divide in income per capita rather than the convergence of income that was predicted several decades ago.
The classical examples are the tremendous opportunities that exist within the foods, beverages, and agricultural raw materials such as cotton and coffee. Learning, however, is not solely the province of an isolated actor such as a firm or a farm. System-wide learning as we have characterized supports micro-level learning and is a prerequisite for keeping up. Knowledge gained in carrying out a set of tasks can be broadened and reused in new activities. The knowledge of enzymes acquired in mineral bleaching can be developed for a variety of purposes such as environmental clean-up.
In other words, rich countries do precisely what benefits their industries at every historical turn and continue to advise poor countries to do what benefits rich countries. The ‘strong’ poor countries (India, China, and much of East Asia earlier on) deployed Industrial and Innovation Policies (IIP) for the benefit their economies while the ‘weak’ poor countries (much of sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and the other Asian countries) listen to variants of advice embodied in the WC and subsequently remain poor.