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It is a general conviction throughout South America that land utilization is
inefficient. Inflation control, land taxes based on productive capacity, agrarian
reforms that consist of more than changes in the system of land tenure, as well as
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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