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    Low level of capacity utilization is one of the major problems that have militated against sustainable industrial development and general economic growth in Nigeria. This study focussed on the assessment of capacity utilization of agro-allied industry in the country.

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  • THE ROLE OF AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ON ECONOMIC

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