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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    January, 1977
    Belize

    This Act provides generally for registration of rights in land and land tenure in Belize. “Land” includes land covered with water, all things growing on land and buildings and other things permanently affixed to land. Except as otherwise provided in this Act, but subject to section 38 of National Lands Act, no law, practice or procedure relating to land shall apply to land registered under this Act so far as it is inconsistent with this Act.

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    June, 1977
    Cameroon

    Le présent décret crée la Mission d’Aménagement et d’Équipement des Terrains Urbains et Ruraux (MATEUR). MAETUR a mission a pour objet de réaliser ou de faire réaliser, sous sa responsabilité, les opérations d’aménagement ou d’équipement des terrains en de la promotion immobilière et de l’habitat sur toute l’étendue de la République Unie du Cameroun.

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    July, 1977
    China

    This Act, consisting of seven Chapters divided into 59 Articles, concerns the assessment of land value and related tax. The Act provides for the land value tax (Chapter 2), the agricultural land tax (Part 3) and land value increment tax (Chapter 4), the tax collection procedure (Chapter 5), and for offences and penalties (Chapter 6). A few amendments are made to Articles 31-1, 35, and 53 on 1 July 2015 by Presidential Decree No. 10400077091.The land tax is classified into land value tax, agricultural land tax, and land value increment tax (art.1).

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    July, 1977
    China

    This Act, consisting of seven Chapters divided into 59 Articles, concerns the assessment of land value and related tax. The Act provides for the land value tax (Chapter 2), the agricultural land tax (Part 3) and land value increment tax (Chapter 4), the tax collection procedure (Chapter 5), and for offences and penalties (Chapter 6).The land tax is classified into land value tax, agricultural land tax, and land value increment tax (art.1). The taxpayers of land value tax or agricultural land tax shall be: 1. The land title owner. 2. For land with Dien created, the Dien holder. 3.

  5. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 1977
    Colombia, South America, Central America

    This audiotutorial unit (cassette, printed script, 93 color slides, Study guide, self-evaluation test), prepared by the Communications Support Unit at CIAT, is available for use with a manually or automatically synchronized slide projector/cassette tape recorder. Each unit is available from the Distribution Office at a cost of US$ 50; photocopies of the study guide alone can be obtained from the Cassava Information Center. One of the main factors limiting to cassava production is disease.

  6. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 1977
    Colombia, South America, Central America

    This audiotutorial unit (cassette, printed script, 139 color slides, study guide, self-evaluation test), prepared by the Communications Support Unit at CIAT, is available for use with a manually or automatically synchronized slide projector/cassette tape recorder. Each unit is available from the Distribution Office at a cost of US$$50; photocopies of the study guide alone can be obtained from the Bean Information Center. Hybridization or crossing constitutes the principal means for genetic improvement of plants.

  7. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 1977
    Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, Philippines, China, Tanzania, India, Australia, Canada, Tunisia, Venezuela, Malawi, Pakistan, Ghana

    A major problem facing the areas already under cultivation, is the seriousness of soil degradation and loss of soil fertility due to indiscriminate misuse of agricultural lands, forests and grazing lands. The modern thinking assigns to soil conservation a comprehensive and more positive role than in the past. in that sustained improvement complemented by the preservation of available resources should form the central concept. Soil conservation must not be limited solely to agricultural and grazing lands.

  8. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 1977
    France, Nigeria, Spain, Zambia, Iraq, Australia, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Jordan, Morocco, Syrian Arab Republic, Libya, Somalia, Madagascar, Tanzania, Botswana, Argentina, India, Sudan, Lebanon

    There is a urgent need for a better understanding of the risks of soil degradation and their geographical distribution as well as a better knowledge of where degradation occurs at present. it would be desirable to combine soil conservation activities with other elements for increasing crop production.Erosion, salinity and alkalinity and the loss of soil fertility seriously reduce the natural potential of soils to produce food fibres. During the meeting, many criteria to assess the various types of soil degradation were outlined by the experts.

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