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Green gold : bananas and dependency in the Eastern Caribbean (edition 1987)

by Robert Thomson

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Title:Green gold : bananas and dependency in the Eastern Caribbean
Authors:Robert Thomson
Info:London : Latin America Bureau, 1987
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Tags:Caribbean, Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Poverty, Food, World food, Trade, Agriculture, Natural resources, Trade and development, Sustainable development, International cooperation

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Green Gold: Bananas and Dependency in the Eastern Caribbean by Robert Thomson

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Bananas, like sugar before them, have been described as the Eastern Caribbean's "Green Gold''. This book looks at the history, recent developments and future prospects for the banana industry in four Eastern Caribbean islands - Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia and St. Vincent.
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