Farmers in fully regulated agriculture markets in Punjab got 30% more cost for their produce in 2018-19 compared to those in completely unregulated markets in Bihar and partially regulated people in Odisha, a study regarding the agri areas in three states has discovered, terming minimal help cost (MSP) as only risk-management instrument designed for farmers.

The analysis, by the University of Pennsylvania Institute for the Advanced Study of Asia (UPIASI), with regional research institutes in Bihar, Odisha and Punjab, attempted to realize the dynamics of three agriculture that is different systems, and comes during the time farmers from Pu
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