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Development trends in agricultural sector and policies − challenges for the future (Synthesis)

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  • Czyżewski, Andrzej
  • Grochowska, Reanata
  • Józwiak, Wojciech
  • Kosior, Katarzyna
  • Kułyk, Piotr
  • Mirkowska, Zofia

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The main objective of the publication was to investigate changes in agricultural strategies and policies at the European Union and global levels, and moreover to outline directions for future development and consequent implications for food industry in Poland.

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  • Czyżewski, Andrzej & Grochowska, Reanata & Józwiak, Wojciech & Kosior, Katarzyna & Kułyk, Piotr & Mirkowska, Zofia, 2014. "Development trends in agricultural sector and policies − challenges for the future (Synthesis)," Multiannual Program Reports 206066, Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics - National Research Institute (IAFE-NRI).
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    European Union; Poland; food industry; development; Agricultural and Food Policy; International Development; International Relations/Trade;

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