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El futuro de la industria y los servicios auxiliares de la agricultura de Almería


  • David Uclés Aguilera

    (Cámara de Comercio de Almería)


Una reflexión sobre las estrategias que para el desarrollo futuro tienen las empresas integrantes del cluster de actividades auxiliares de la agricultura intensiva de Almería. En el artículo se analizan las características básicas de estas empresas, su grado de internacionalizació y, finalmente, se aportan recomendaciones sobre el desarrollofuturo del mismo. A reflection on the strategies that the future development stops has the companies of cluster of auxiliary activities of the intensive agriculture of Almeria (greenhouses). In the article the basic characteristics of these companies are analyzed, their intenationalitation and, finally, recommendations are contributed on future development of the same one.

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  • David Uclés Aguilera, 2004. "El futuro de la industria y los servicios auxiliares de la agricultura de Almería," Urban/Regional 0411001, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpur:0411001
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    industrial; Almeria; globalización; industria; agricultura intensiva; horticultura; invernadero; greenhouses;

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