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Report on the Position of the Hungarian Milk and Dairy Sector


  • Popp, Jozsef
  • Potori, Norbert
  • Papp, Gergely


In recent years the Hungarian milk sector has had serious problems. Since the EU accession, domestic milk production has continuously declined, the balance of the foreign trade of milk and dairy products has deteriorated year after year and the degree of self-sufficiency has fallen below 100%. This paper, drawing on the study of Popp and Potori [2009], analyses why the competitive position of the Hungarian milk and dairy sector has collapsed in recent years.

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  • Popp, Jozsef & Potori, Norbert & Papp, Gergely, 2010. "Report on the Position of the Hungarian Milk and Dairy Sector," Studies in Agricultural Economics, Research Institute for Agricultural Economics, issue 111, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:stagec:59044

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    1. David Blandford & Berkeley Hill, 2006. "Helping European Agriculture to Adjust - A Proactive Approach to Agricultural Policy," EuroChoices, The Agricultural Economics Society, vol. 5(3), pages 28-33, December.
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