economic reform. This article describes how, over the past decade, supply and marketing co-operatives have been undergoing rapid changes and have significantly outgrown their original role as rural distribution institutions. Now they provide comprehensive services such as transportation, storage,
price information and technical assistance to peasants. They also help rural enterprises source raw materials and market finished products.
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