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Niche Commodities and Rural Poverty Alleviation:Contextualizing t he Contribution of A rgan Oil to Rural Livelihoods in Morocco

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Bibliographic reference le Polain De Waroux, Yann ; Lambin, Eric. Niche Commodities and Rural Poverty Alleviation:Contextualizing t he Contribution of A rgan Oil to Rural Livelihoods in Morocco. In: Association of American Geographers. Annals, Vol. 103, no.3, p. 589-607 (2012)
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