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The displacement associated with agribusiness is, thus, dialectically related to the transnationalization of the rural economy, in the sense that activities and processes are (partially) altered at local or horizontal level, only to be then (partially and problematically) integrated into globalized phenomena. Rural areas are therefore ‘reproduced, and the social relations therein recomposed, by virtue of their contemporary magnetism for relocation due to the wider discontinuities of capital activity’ (Cloke et al.
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