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The road leading to EEC; production, marketing and investments of Schleswig-Holstein's agriculture and its development trends

, : The road leading to EEC; production, marketing and investments of Schleswig-Holstein's agriculture and its development trends. Der Weg in die EWG. Standort, Erzeugung, Absatz und Investitionen der schleswig-holsteinischen Landwirtschaft und die Tendenzen ihrer Entwicklung, Kiel: Landwirtschaftskammer Schleswig-Holstein, 79

This pamphlet discusses the particular problems arising from the EEC Treaty for the farmers of Schleswig-Holstein, an agricultural surplus region, which faces serious competition from agricultural areas more favourably located with regard to the big consumption centres on the Rhine and the Ruhr.


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