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economic assistance to the Third World and help stabilize world security by providing adequate and reliable sources of food throughout the world, (See p. 3.). GAO found Agriculture overview the agricultural sector: (1) accounts for 20 percent of the nation's gross national product U.S.
food-agriculture in a volatile world economy book work force and helps to offset a growing U.S. trade deficit; (2) provides an important world development tool by helping to ensure adequate and reliable sources of food throughout the world; (3) has become more capital-intensive and technologically advanced and more dependent on the.
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