The State of Food and Agriculture 2001

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In addition to the usual review of the recent world food and agriculture situation, each issue of The State of Food and Agriculture has included one or more special studies of problems of longer-term interest. This year’s edition features a review of the existing evidence on the link between nutrition and productivity and economic growth.




Transboundary pests and diseases are a permanent threat to crop and animal producers. They have major economic implications, both in terms of the private and public costs of an outbreak and in terms of the cost of measures taken at individual, collective and international levels to prevent or to counter infestations.


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