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While this phenomenon will result in a less than proportionate increase in the income of farmers, (in relation to the increase in production), it may result in increase of real income of net buyers of agricultural produces.
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Since 70 % of the population are directly or indirectly dependent on agriculture, their purchasing power is determined by the performance of the sector.
Thus increases in agricultural production will mean increased rural income that will then result in greater demand for the goods and services produced by the secondary and tertiary sector.