Livestock Sectors In The Economies Of Eastern Europe And The Former Soviet Union; Transition From Plan To Market And The Road Ahead
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Keywordslivestock sector; Eastern Europe; centrally planned economy; cattle; dairy; beef; pork; poultry; hogs; property rights; trade; investment; reform; Livestock Production/Industries;
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