The great comeback

October 1999
Middle East;Oct99, Issue 294, Tunisia p13
Focuses on the growth of agricultural industry of Tunisia. Increase of irrigated arable land; Expansion of annual production of agriculture; Attainment of self-sufficiency in cereals, edible oils and dairy products; Government programs to expand the land holdings of farmers.


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