Study on the proposed establishement of a compensation fund to benefit land-locked country members of the African groundnut council
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa;
United Nations. Economic and Social Council;
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This report describes an investigative study into the feasibility of establishing compensation fund to benefit Mali and the Nigera both land-locked countries members of the African Groundnut Council, and to assist them in overcoming the cost of transporting groundnuts over the longer distances necessarily involved to ports of shipment. Both countries put high priority on sound agricultural development and all efforts are made to sec increased groundnut production. Groundnut is one of the two most important export commodities of Mali and the Niger.