The structural adjustment process on Jamaica's agricultural sector
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Until recently, agricultural activity, and in particular, the export of sugar and bananas was the mainstay of the Jamaican economy. The economic diversification which has resulted in mineral exports and tourism as the major export earners, began in the 1950s. Manufactures were developed alongside these activities but had predominantly emphasized on supplying the domestic market.
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