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Aligarh Muslim University (1992)

Sources of variations in foodgrain production in Syria and Egypt

Khan, Chhuttan

Titre : Sources of variations in foodgrain production in Syria and Egypt

Auteur : Khan, Chhuttan

Université de soutenance : Aligarh Muslim University

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 1992

Résumé partiel
The study entitled "Sources of Variations in Foodgrain Production in Syria and Egypt" aims at analysing the variations in agricultural productivity at inter and intra-regional level. At intra-regional level the inequalities in productivity exist in Syria and the productivity regions of the highest level can be taken as a model for agricultural development for the lowest level of productivity regions. But at inter-regional level the variations in productivity is so high that the performance of the highest level of productivity regions of Syria is also far behind in terms of productivity. Therefore, it is considered that the selection of a model from the intcr-regional level will be more appropriate to be followed for the development of agriculture for the Syria as a whole. It is estimated that if agricultural development in Syria is taken at par with the Egypt, the foodgrain production in Syria will incronso more t. linn throe and n hnif times than tlic existing level of production of the country. The present study deals with agricultural development • especially the variations in foodgrains production and productivity in the countries of Syria and Egypt. It is an agrographic investigation which carried out in a comparative methodological framework. It deals with the various characteristics of agriculture in both the countries. Syria occupies a significant position in terms . of area and production in comparison with Egypt, though it is not a self-sufficient country in terms of foodgrain production i.e. about 13 per cent of the total requirement is being met by the imported foodgrains. But as compared with Egypt, Syria is least dependent on imported foodgrains.

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