Agricultural Cooperatives and Unions of Cooperatives in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Opportunities for Improvement
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- Barmore, Cynthia, 2013. "Agricultural Cooperatives in Post-War Bosnia and Herzegovina: Internal and External Factors Affecting Cooperative Financial Performance," Journal of Rural Cooperation, Hebrew University, Center for Agricultural Economic Research, vol. 41(1).
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KeywordsBosnia and Herzegovina; agricultural cooperatives; union of agricultural cooperatives; agricultural development; Agribusiness;
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