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Folyami hajózás és a magyarországi gabonaexport

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  • Szilvassy, Zoltan
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    Az árutermelésre áttért mezőgazdaság közel másfél évszázada alatt bebizonyosodott, hogy a megtermelt terményfelesleg az ország gazdaságföldrajzi „bezártsága†miatt nem versenyképes a tengeri kijutással rendelkező országok gabonájával szemben. Atengeri kikötőhöz vezető olcsó vízi utat máig sem sikerült megteremteni, és a magyar gabona jelenleg is csak a világpiaci árnál alacsonyabb áron értékesíthető. Afolyók vízjárástól független hajózhatósága azok belépcsőzésével valósítható meg. ------------------------------------------- Over the one and a half centuries since agriculture shifted from self-sufficiency to producing marketable goods, it has been proven that the surplus produce – due to the country’s geographical isolation – cannot compete against the cereal of countries with access to seas and oceans. We still have not been able to create a cheap water route to a seaport, and Hungarian cereals can still only be sold below world market prices. To make rivers navigable irrespective of the changes to their water levels, weirs are needed.

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    Article provided by Kà ROLY RÓBERT OKTATÓ-KUTATÓ Kht. in its journal GAZDà LKODà S: Scientific Journal on Agricultural Economics.

    Volume (Year): 53 (2009)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()

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    Handle: RePEc:ags:gazdal:92479
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