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Structural aspects of the market and their importance for the future market position of Swedish horticultural produce


, : Structural aspects of the market and their importance for the future market position of Swedish horticultural produce. Acta Horticulturae (40): 99-120

The planning of change of a whole industry, in this case the Swedish horticultural industry, must be based on thorough knowledge of structural changes and change mechanisms. Important structural changes have occurred and been strengthened during the last two decades, both in the distribution and production systems.


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