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Interregional and international competition in horticulture


, : Interregional and international competition in horticulture. Acta Horticulturae (55): 99-114

Competition in horticulture mainly takes place among producing regions, therefore most research in this area concentrates on location of production. The majority of empirical studies of this nature tend to concentrate only on one aspect of competition and thus fail to take into account the repercussions of alternative resource use and of alternative production areas.

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