1. Statement: There is an unprecedented increase in the production of wheat this kharif season in most parts of the country. Courses of Action: The government should immediately lower down the procurement price of wheat. The farmers should be asked to store the excess produces with themselves to be used for future. The government should make its best efforts to export wheat to augment its presence in international market.






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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.27 am
    Clearly, both steps I and II are not commercially viable for the farmers. So, none of them follows. The only solution lies in the government attempting to export the excess produce of wheat. Thus, only III follows.
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