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Production of farm machines in Poland in 2012-2014

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  • Pawlak, Jan

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In 2013, the production of tractors as well as of majority of farm machines was smaller than a year earlier. Larger production was noted only in case of rototillers, fertiliser spreaders, harvester threshers, potato diggers and poultry facilities. In 2014, the production of tractors increased by 33.8%, but the production of harvester threshers decreased by 22.8% compared to 2013. In 2014, the share of Poland in the EU production of tractors (in units) amounted to 1.9% and in the total value of the means of agricultural mechanisation – 3.7%. The research showed no clear correlation between the domestic sales and production of tractors in Poland.

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  • Pawlak, Jan, 2015. "Production of farm machines in Poland in 2012-2014," Problems of Agricultural Economics 235493, Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics - National Research Institute (IAFE-NRI).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:iafepa:235493
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