Agricultural Value Chain Financing: Knowledge, Skills And Competencies For Risks Management
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Agricultural Value Chain Financing: Knowledge, Skills And Competencies For Risks Management
Agriculture is the main stay of Nigeria’s economy. This requires huge capital inflow into agricultural development, to be able to perform its roles in a diversified economy. Agricultural activities operate in a value chain. The stakeholders that are involved in value chain activities could be grouped into three: main chain actors which include the producers, processors, marketers, exporters and consumers; chain supporters which include the input dealers, transporters, financial institutions, warehouse owners, etc; and chain context (providers of enabling environment for flow of goods and services in the value chain) which include various NGOs, trade unions, government agencies inDownloadViews: 91

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