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The development of and prospects for horticultural trade between Mediterranean countries and North-Western Europe

, : The development of and prospects for horticultural trade between Mediterranean countries and North-Western Europe. Acta Horticulturae (25): 9-25

Trade in horticultural produce from Mediterranean countries to North-Western Europe is a longstanding tradition, since the advantages of climate have made the Mediterranean a naturally complementary supply area for the temperate countries of Europe.

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