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20. Reardon et al. (2003b), p. 6. Reardon et al. (2003a), p. four. Reardon et al. (2003b), p. 7. Reuters (2007). Buncombe (2007). Addison (1939), pp. 122–3. Lynn (2006), p. 2 of 10. (The web page quantity refers to a working laptop or computer print-out of Lynn’s article downloaded from the web, no longer the unique web page quantity in Harper’s journal. ) corridor (2007). Agritrade (2007). Rabobank foreign (2004), p. sixteen. Oxfam overseas (2004), p. sixty eight. Daviron and Ponte (2005), p. 206. Oxfam foreign (2002), p. 26, bringing up Deutsche financial institution, ‘Soluble espresso: a Pot of Gold? ’ (2000). UNCTAD and customary Fund (2004), p. five. van de Kasteele and van der Stichele (2005), p. 29. Banana hyperlink (2007), p. 1. Brown and Sander (2007), p. 10, bringing up Vorley and Fox (2004b), p. 22. Lynn (2006), p. 2 of 10. traces 03- 19/6/08 116 16:53 web page 116 MAKING POVERTY 22 Vorley (2003), p. sixty nine, mentioning S. Friedberg, ‘The Contradictions of unpolluted: grocery store moral exchange and African horticulture’, in Gatekeeper 109 (London: IIED, 2003) (emphasis additional through Vorley). 23 Imber et al. (2003), p. 31 (emphasis added), bringing up T. Reardon, E. Farina & J. Berdegue, ‘Globalization, altering industry associations and Agrifood structures in Latin the USA: Implications for the poor’s livelihoods’, in 74th EAAE Seminar, Livelihoods and Rural Poverty: expertise, coverage and associations, 12–15 September 2001, Imperial university at Wye, united kingdom. 24 FAO (2004b), p. 21. 25 corridor (2007), p. 2 within the net model. 26 Gale (2002), p. sixteen (emphasis added). 27 Humphrey (2000), p. 2. 28 FAO (2004b), p. 21. 29 ActionAid foreign (2005), p. 21. 30 corridor (2007). those examples additionally draw on Vorley (2003), p. 35, and Brown and Sander (2007), pp. 9–10. 31 Lynn (2006), p. nine of 10. 32 Oxfam foreign (2004), pp. 69–70. 33 Ibid. , p. seventy one. 34 corridor (2007). 35 Lynn (2006), p. nine of 10. 36 the excellence among formal industry entry and real industry access is mentioned in UNCTAD (2003c). 37 UNCTAD (2007), p. a hundred and one. 38 They disguise so-called sanitary and phytosanitary measures, bearing on human, animal and plant well-being, and technical limitations to exchange, for all different concerns. 39 See Pay (2005), pp. 38–50. forty Graffham (2007), p. four, and Pay (2005), p. 50. forty-one Ibid. , p. 6. forty two Ibid. forty three See «www. globalgap. org/cms/front_content. Hypertext Preprocessor? idart=3&idcat= 9&lang =1» (November 2007). forty four Graffham and MacGregor (2006), p. fifty two. forty five UNCTAD (2007), p. ninety seven. forty six Vorley (2003), p. seventy one. forty seven corridor (2007). forty eight «www. globalgap. org/cms/front_content. personal home page? idcat=3» (November 2007). forty nine «www. globalgap. org/cms/front_content. Hypertext Preprocessor? idart=3&idcat=9&lang=1» (November 2007). 50 van der Stichele et al. (2006), p. 21. fifty one Smith (1982), e-book I, bankruptcy VII, p. 164. strains 03- 19/6/08 16:53 web page 117 no longer FARMING yet playing 117 fifty two Smith (1982), booklet I, bankruptcy XI, p. 358. various attention-grabbing quotations from Adam Smith can be chanced on at «www. adamsmith. org/ smith/quotes. htm» (August 2007). fifty three As summarized at «en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Sherman_Antitrust_Act». fifty four Lynn (2006), p. four of 10. fifty five Vorley and Fox (2004a), p. 20. fifty six Murphy (2006), p. 36. fifty seven See ActionAid foreign (2005), part four. 1, and Vorley (2003), p.