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The Fate of Horticulture in the East Central European (ECE) Transition Countries: A Case Study of Hungary


  • Burger, Anna


Paper presented at the 28th International Horticultural Congress, August 22-27, 2010, Lisboa, Spain

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  • Burger, Anna, 2010. "The Fate of Horticulture in the East Central European (ECE) Transition Countries: A Case Study of Hungary," Miscellaneous Papers 107617, Agecon Search.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:miscpa:107617

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    4. Soliman, Ibrahim, 1985. "Socio-economic Factors Affecting the Decision of Investment in Dairy Buffaloes on the Conventional Egyptian Farm," Conference Papers 210311, Zagazig University, Department of Agricultural Economics.
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    6. Soliman, Ibrahim & J.B., Fitch,, 1985. "Relative Economic Efficiency of Buffalo Milk Production in Egypt," Conference Papers 210326, Zagazig University, Department of Agricultural Economics.
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