Indices of agricultural production in 28 African countries Northern Africa--average 1935-39, 1952-54 (base period), annual 1958/59-1961/62 ; Southern Africa--average 1952-54 (base period), annual 1957/58-1960/61 by United States. Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service

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