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AFRIKA - En artikel om future farming in Africa There are good reasons to expect agricultural growth to reduce poverty. Farming tends to be labour-intensive, creating low level, local jobs. Agricultural development raises returns to land, one of the few assets that the many rural poor in Africa have. Moreover, growth of food output should push down the price of staple foods, to the immense benefit of the poor who even in rural areas are overwhelmingly net buyers of food.
1/20/2016 Austrian Agriculture 48.1914141,16.7793358 Agricultural development surrounds the Austrian villages of Haringsee, Straudorf, and Fuchsenbigl. Of Austria's total area, 80% of land is used for farming and forestry (67,000 square kilometers of 84,000 square kilometers).