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Marchés et prix dans les pays européens à économie planifiée


  • V. I. Nazarenko


[eng] In Eastern Europe most farm prices are centrally fixed (minimum Hungary 60% of output). Thesame applies to retail prices, semi-processed goods and inputs. To compensate for the rise in input prices, increase the profitability of farm units and improve farm incomes, major farm prices increases have been decided upon during recent years. As retail price rises were much slower, considerable subsidies are granted. In addition inputs and crédit are subsidized. (Ed.). [fre] Dans les pays de l'Est la plupart des prix agricoles sont fixés par l'Etat (minimum Hongrie 60 %), il en est de même des prix de détail, des prix intermédiaires et des prix des inputs. Pour compenser la hausse des inputs, accroître la rentabilité des entreprises de production et les revenus agricoles, des hausses de prix agricoles considérables ont été décidées au cours des années récentes. Comme les prix de détail ont augmenté beaucoup moins, d'importantes subventions sont versées. En outre les inputs et le crédit sont subventionnés. (Réd.).

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  • V. I. Nazarenko, 1985. "Marchés et prix dans les pays européens à économie planifiée," Économie rurale, Programme National Persée, vol. 167(1), pages 14-19.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:recoru:ecoru_0013-0559_1985_num_167_1_3155
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ecoru.1985.3155

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    1. G. Edward Schuh, 1984. "Future Directions for Food and Agricultural Trade Policy," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 66(2), pages 242-247.
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