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Landwirtschaft in Ungarn : konsolidierter Wachstumskurs noch nicht in Sicht


  • Elske Mohr


Nach der Krise der Jahre 1990 bis 1993 zeigt die Agrarwirtschaft zwar Erholungstendenzen. Das Ziel der Regierung, die Produktion bis zur Jahrtausendwende um 3,0% bis 3,5% zu steigern, wird sich kaum erreichen lassen. Die Betriebs- und Bestandsgrößenstruktur ist wesentlich günstiger als in der EU. Inwieweit die ungarische Landwirtschaft davon auch nach dem Beitritt profitieren kann, hängt davon ab, ob es ihr gelingt, die Produktionskostenvorteile aufrecht zu erhalten. Da das ungarische Agrarstützungsniveau bereits an die mit der WTO vertraglich festgelegten Obergrenzen stößt, könnte die EU-Integration Probleme aufwerfen.

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  • Elske Mohr, 1998. "Landwirtschaft in Ungarn : konsolidierter Wachstumskurs noch nicht in Sicht," ifo Schnelldienst, ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, vol. 51(09), pages 24-44, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:ces:ifosdt:v:51:y:1998:i:09:p:24-44

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