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Possibilities of international competition in the production of certain horticultural products


, : Possibilities of international competition in the production of certain horticultural products. Acta Horticulturae (25): 26-35

Possibilities of transporting horticultural products thousands of kilometres have created the opportunity for an increasing number of areas in the world of becoming part of the international division of labour in horticultural production. In the search for advantageous balance of payments in foreign trade, more and more countries wish to take advantage of their export opportunities. As a result importing countries have an increasingly greater choice of suppliers.

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