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Economics of Modern Trade Warfare

had adequate and assured irrigation water supplies, fertile, alluvial soils, dynamic, hardworking farmers and well developed physical and social infrastructures. Although the Punjab took an early lead in the revolution and the increase in productivity associated with the green revolution was the maximum in it, the revolution extended also to the irrigated areas of Haryana, western UP and the three canal irrigated districts of western Rajasthan. During the late 1970s and the 1980s, it has spread (and is still spreading) further east to pockets with adequate and assured irrigation, in eastern UP, Bihar and West Bengal, and south into Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. It is the result of the complex of factors mentioned above.

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