Why a Tax on Farm Produce, Contradictorily, Might be Good for African Farmers

The only way to reverse governmental neglect of rural areas is, paradoxically, start stringently collecting taxes in rural areas, no matter how unprofitable it may be for the government at the very beginning of such initiative.

Why a Tax on Farm Produce, Contradictorily, Might be Good for African Farmers
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