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Marketing boards and the fruit import trade of the United Kingdom


, : Marketing boards and the fruit import trade of the United Kingdom. Acta Horticulturae (25): 63-72

A marketing board is defined as a public body set up by Government action and given legal powers of compulsion over producers. The history of marketing boards in various countries is briefly outlined, followed by an account of reasons for marketing boards and their role in the fruit import trade of the United Kingdom.


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