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South America extends over an area of 4,400,000,000 acres, of which only about
one-eighth is arable land, land under permanent crops, or land occupied ... It is a
general conviction throughout South America that land utilization is inefficient.
Internal migration, nevertheless, remains important in South America; the
demographic influence is indirect and operates in conjunction with other factors
— such as unfavourable conditions in the countryside, including the
concentration of ...
See also the united NATIONS, ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR LATIN AMERICA
(UN- ecla), Economic Survey of Latin America (annual), a report covering major
developments in the economic field and economic trends for each country ...
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