In the domestic market, farmers periodically complained of "difficulty in selling grain" and that "contracted purchasing" was no longer a channel to extract agricultural surplus
but a pool to absorb surplus production.
encourages stable societies which historically has led to more permanent infra- structure including housing.
Al-Saud reviewed the latest agricultural developments in Syria which achieved self- sufficiency and food security, pointing to the possibility of exporting agricultural surplus
particularly olives, olives oil and citrus.
War communism, the forcible seizure of agricultural surplus
from the peasantry plus direct allocation of resources to industry, was introduced in the Soviet Union in response to the civil war and wars of capitalist intervention that followed the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution.
produce a huge agricultural surplus
as well as massive exports of copper, cobalt, gold, diamonds and just about every other mineral resource known to man.
"The rising demand for food imports in the GCC comes at a time when the exportable agricultural surplus
worldwide has declined, as food markets are tight and stockpiles declining.
That left them eating poorer quality food, and stuck on their denuded island, unable to hunt porpoise or achieve an agricultural surplus
. Eventually, their society disintegrated into civil war, symbolised by the destruction of the huge moa statues that represented the height of its cultural achievements.
This allowed for the movement of capital, goods and the commodities necessary to replace subsistence agriculture with the production of an agricultural surplus
Since its open door policy, China was able to mobilize both internal and external resources by extensive use of inputs through the flows of inward FDI and the disposition of agricultural surplus
labor, with only modest contribution from intensive growth of improvement of its TFP as to be addressed below.