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The first section of table 2 described number of agricultural production cooperatives member based on respondents' answers in Khouzestan province.
Then, in order to determine impact of independent variable on likelihood MISE in agricultural production cooperatives, ordinal regression were used.
The increase is primarily due to expansion of cultivated areas: in companies with 9.7%; in agricultural production cooperatives - 79% and in joint stock companies by 40.6% (Figure 4).
This has led to a search for feasible and sustainable alternatives to meet the pressing needs of regenerating agriculture (Reddy 2002): Agricultural Production Cooperatives (APCs) was a best option for achieve to this objective.
By the mid-1990s, most of these early corporate farms had to re-register as agricultural production cooperatives (although this was the least efficient form of producer), because new laws limited the number of shareholders in conventional corporate forms to 50.
These producers are linked to some 2,800 Credit and Services Cooperatives (CCS) and 1,108 Agricultural Production Cooperatives (CPAs).
Many of the 200 agricultural production cooperatives on the largest and best land (300,000 hectares, according to an FAO study) remained cooperatively-owned until they were distributed in long-term leasing arrangements exclusively to large landowners in the 1980s and 1990s.(40)
This has led to a search for feasible and sustainable alternatives to meet the pressing needs of regenerating agriculture (Reddy 2002) ; Agricultural Production Cooperatives (APCs) was a best option for achieve to this objective.
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