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Price and economic policy in Western European horticulture

Acta Horticulturae (55): 33-39

Price and economic policy in Western European horticulture

This paper argues that price as a regulator of economic activity will not bring harmony between supply and demand, nor stability of prices and incomes.

Accession: 000467613

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