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Economics of scale on Dutch auctions

, : Economics of scale on Dutch auctions. Acta Horticulturae (40): 543-554

The various types of marketing system for fruit and vegetables in the Netherlands are listed. Auctions against the clock (dutch auctions) are carried out in about 80 centres of differing sizes. They can be broken into those dealing only with fruit and vegetables, or combined products.

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