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An economic assessment of the middle class and upper class market in Malaya as a potential outlet for New Zealand meat and dairy products
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1968)
It is only recently that the need for New Zealand to find and develop new food markets has become apparent. Up till then, her established markets, mainly the United Kingdom, have been able to absorb all the food products ...
Some aspects of the relationship between agriculture and the national economy : with special reference to labour
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1965)
The interdependence of industry and agriculture in a modern economy is everywhere freely acknowledged, but New Zealand probably provides one of the most dramatic illustrations of the complementary nature of this relationship. ...