The potential of independent and genuine cooperatives as a tool for rural development is increasingly recognised by many governments, donors and non-governmental organisations. Governments, however, should no longer interfere with the development of cooperatives, except by creating and facilitating a supportive legal and economic environment.
Agricultural cooperatives can be organised in many different ways. There is no prescribed format or model because of the great differentiation between economic, institutional, social and legal conditions in many countries.
- Terbit: 2006
- Penerbit: Agromisa
- ISBN-10: 9085730619
- Dewey Decimal: 334.6
- Perpustakaan ECHO: 334.6 AGR SPANISH