The role of the grain marketing board in serving communal farmers in Zimbabwe: a research proposal
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In the "managed" economies of today Government intervention in the field of agriculture is a recognized, if not entirely acceptable feature. Successive governments have intervened in a number of ways to assist agricultural producers in marketing their commodities. This intervention has assumed various forms, such as direct control on the marketing of commodities, the registration of producers, the licensing of farmers and other more indirect forms such as, import and export control on commodities. (GMB, 1959).